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Ecogise Secure Distribution Centre Contract Worth In Excess Of £1.5Million

Ecogise have been awarded the electrical package at a new national distribution centre in Hull for a major safety wear supplier. The new distribution site, which is expected to be completed around the start of 2020, is part of a growth strategy by Arco which will see £55m in investment, supporting new jobs in Hull.The […]

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Sheffield Retail Park Solar PV

Ecogise were part of the team responsible for the installation of the Solar PV on the new retail park at Sheffield. The new £35m shopping centre in Sheffield is rapidly taking shape, with the first outlets now expected to open in June. Aldi, TK Maxx and M&S Foodhall are among a host of big names […]

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Sheffield Project Ready For Solar PV Installation

A project we are involved with in the heart of Sheffield is ready for our works to start. The project which will accommodate a number of businesses and be the new home of Pure Gym is due to be completed later this year. Ecogise have won the Solar & Electrical package and are due to […]

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UK weather: snow disruption continues with hundreds of drivers stranded

The military has been deployed to help clear the snow-covered roads in and around Greater Manchester after drivers were stranded for several hours overnight, police have said. Greater Manchester Police urged motorists not to travel at all on Friday morning as winds of up to 80mph whip up huge snow drifts, especially in the worst-hit […]

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Government introduces new legislation to cap poor value energy tariffs in time for next winter

New legislation to cap poor value energy tariffs and save consumers money is being introduced to Parliament later today (Monday 26 February 2018).   The Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill will put in place a requirement on the independent regulator, Ofgem, to cap energy tariffs until 2020. It will mean an absolute cap […]

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Leeds School Extension Enters Final Stages

A major extension of a school at Leeds enters the final stages of construction. Ecogise are undertaking both the electrical and mechanical packages on the build. This project is due to be handed over early next month. The expansion of Park Spring Primary School from 315 pupils to 420 in a bid to meet rising […]

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Ecogise Committed To Apprentice Training Scheme

Ecogise are investing in the future of our industry by annually recruiting school leavers and guiding them through an intense training schedule backed up by on site experience with our experienced staff. Our apprentices are assessed by JTL training and fully accredited by City & Guilds.

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Park Springs Project Starting To Take Shape

One of the projects we are involved with both Mechanically & Electrically is starting to take shape. We are on site installing services ahead of the plastering contractor starting.  

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Clean Growth Strategy: The green economy responds

This morning the government’s long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy was finally published to a mixed response from the renewables lobby. Here we have collated some of the leading commentary so far. Jeremy Leggett, founder at Solarcentury: “The full five pages of proposals do not mention solar PV – the world’s fastest growing power technology, with the […]

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Mechanical & Electrical works start at Redhouse project

Redhouse Interchange is a 200 acre Distribution and Office and leisure Park with an end value in the region of £120 million. The site at junction 38 (A1/M) is located approximately 7 miles northwest of Doncaster Town Centre, South Yorkshire. It is strategically located to service the local, regional and national markets via its proximity […]

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