Three local companies have teamed up to launch a new service aimed at both commercial and domestic property owners, interested in reducing their environmental impact.
The consortium, formed by HLG Associates, TNG Consulting Engineers and T&G Structural Engineers, brings together expertise from several construction industry sectors, including alternative energy planning and management, building services design and installation and structural engineering solutions.
Jointly, they plan to offer a complete ‘concept-to-benefit’ solution focusing on green technologies to not only contribute towards improving the environment but also save their clients some money.
The service will include the evaluation and recommendation of possible green energy technical options, followed by planning and procurement and any subsequent build and commissioning; and finally service maintenance and monitoring.
Pictured: Jerry Willis of HLG.
Jerry Willis of HLG, the consortium’s lead member, said the three companies had seen to a growing interest in potential green energy and environmentally friendly options.
"Jersey’s government has taken the bold step of declaring a climate emergency and made a commitment to reduce the island’s carbon footprint to zero by 2030," he added.
"Now is absolutely the right time for our new consortium to come together and focus on solutions that align with government and public thinking. We can help Jersey go greener while offering clients the chance to make genuine savings.
"It’s an exciting and very worthwhile opportunity – teaming up to confront climate change while potentially reducing costs makes absolute sense for us, potential clients, our island and ultimately the whole planet. We all have a part to play in building a better, greener future."
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