Brockwell committed to growing UK-wide portfolio
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As Scotland’s newest energy company, Brockwell are pleased to announce they have established their new headquarters in Edinburgh.

Relocating from their original office location in Gateshead, the company have launched a bespoke HQ in the prestigious Caledonian Exchange building in Canning Street in the capital’s West End.

Alex Lambie, CEO of Brockwell, commented: “Although Brockwell continue to seek investment opportunities in the renewable and flexible generation sectors across the whole of the UK, our current portfolio of development projects makes Edinburgh the ideal base for the business.

“The move to the new office affirms our commitment to completing the development of our other Scottish development projects. Caledonian Exchange provides a base from which to support both the Earls Gate and Westfield Energy-from-Waste projects, as well as Brockwell Energy Group’s three onshore wind projects in South Lanarkshire and East Ayrshire.”

Brockwell also recently opened a bespoke office in Grangemouth to support the construction and development of Earls Gate Energy Centre, where a 21.5 MWe Energy-from-Waste facility will not only prevent 216,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste going to landfill each year but also provide low-carbon heat and power to four local industries.

15 February 2019