Simon Blaxill of Kent Blaxill (left) and David Balcombe of the greenedge in front of one of the new displays at the Colchester branch of Kent Blaxill.

Kent Blaxill in green energy partnership

Published:  23 November, 2009

BURY ST EDMUNDS: Kent Blaxill has signed a partnership deal with green energy systems supplier thegreenedge. This partnership will enable Kent Blaxill to offer a range of renewable energy systems to its customers.

thegreenedge is a Colchester-based company that supplies and installs a range of renewable energy systems including solar hot water and solar electric systems, as well as ground and air source heat pumps, bio-mass boilers and rainwater recycling systems.

Simon Blaxill, Kent Blaxill managing director, said: “With renewable energy and environmentally friendly products becoming an increasingly significant market, we have teamed up with a highly respected and cutting-edge local company that designs, specifies and installs all forms of renewable energy systems. Kent Blaxill customers will now be able to order high quality but competitive green energy systems through the Kent Blaxill branch network.”

David Balcombe, director of thegreenedge, said: “This new partnership will allow us the opportunity to reach many thousands of new customers, while giving those customers the same high standards of service and advice that they are already used to receiving from Kent Blaxill.”

He added: “On an almost daily basis, the media is covering the issues of global warming and rising fuel costs. Renewable energy systems have a proven track record and can make a significant impact on both reducing fuel costs and carbon emissions. The key is to install systems that have been properly designed and that are of the highest quality.”

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