HBS New Energies as well as UPOWA gotten by Brickability Group

Nov 24, 2021 05:24 PM ET
  • Structure materials distributor Brickability Group has actually gotten renewable resource company HBS NE Limited, including its trading names HBS New Energies and also UPOWA.
HBS New Energies as well as UPOWA gotten by Brickability Group
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HBS New Energies will certainly make use of the financial investment from the purchase to expand its solar PV, battery storage space and electric vehicle (EV) charging setup solutions. The business said it was currently experiencing an active duration driven by the update to Part L as well as Part S of the Building Regulations.

It expects this to proceed, especially given the anticipated required for wise EV charging points. The federal government also just recently introduced that all brand-new houses as well as buildings such as offices and grocery stores will be called for to mount EV battery chargers from next year.

UPOWA will certainly utilize the financial investment to raise its range of lasting technology items, tailored to housebuilding as well as building and construction markets.

James Bull, owner and also handling supervisor of HBS NE Limited claimed the procurement by Brickability Group was the "perfect suitable for both celebrations".

" With Brickability's sources, track record, as well as solid customer base we can increase the expansion of our expert solutions as well as UPOWA item offerings to prepare for the increasing need from housebuilders as well as professionals, driven by adjustments to Building Regulations. For Brickability, this deal will better boost their customer offering as the building sector prepares to supply the country's zero carbon houses and also buildings."

HBS New Energies has set up more than 15,000 solar PV systems to date, as well as is currently dealing with Affinity Water to develop and deliver a 553kWp ground-mounted range under construction.

In May, the company was selected to mount 37 of its complete in-roof planetary systems at a brand-new housing development in Weston-super-Mare, and also in April it was awarded an agreement by Wain Homes to set up solar PV amounting to a total amount of just under 300kWp on 123 new low carbon dwellings.

"As a market leader with a tested performance history, our company believe the acquisition of HBS NE Limited will additionally reinforce our tactical positioning within the larger market as well as allow us to expand into a new item section," Alan Simpson, CEO, Brickability Group plc, claimed.