Eco Environments to partner Proven Energy

Liverpool-based renewable energy company Eco Environments has been selected to partner with small wind turbine manufacturers Proven Energy.

Eco Environments was granted the Value Added Reseller status by the Ayshire-based firm.

David Hunt, a director with Eco Environments, said: "We are delighted to receive VAR status from Proven Energy. In order to achieve such as status, we had to pass a number of stringent tests including demonstrating our excellence in selling and installing wind turbines, high levels of customer care and support and overall strength of our business.

"Proven has rightly established itself as one of the leading manufacturers of small wind turbines with a track record of more than 30 years. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership with Proven helping the company to take its innovative and exciting range of products to customers.

Securing VAR status comes after Proven announced that its flagship wind turbine, the Proven 35-2, is now fully certified through the Microgeneration Certification Scheme.

Hunt added: "The full MCS certification for Proven's 35-2 wind turbine is further good news as customers are becoming increasingly knowledgeable about the benefits of the Feed in Tariff scheme which allows home owners and businesses to be paid for every Kilowatt hour of electricity they generate, whether they use it or not. In addition, they save the equivalent amount by not having to buy the amount of electricity they have generated while also being paid for any electricity they export."

Eco Environments specialises in providing homes and businesses with renewable energy solutions, specialising in Solar Photovoltaic, wind turbines, solar thermal water heating systems and heat pumps.

Last month, Eco Environments unveiled office openings in Darlington, Manchester, Penrith and Tamworth and revealed that a number of further offices were in the pipeline for 2011.

The firm has its head office at Energy House on Rimrose Road, Liverpool.

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