Boost for biomass developments as CNC Asset and Callum Walker Energy Source combine

Callum Walker Energy Source

Callum Walker Energy Source and CNC Asset have launched a new venture combining Callum Walker’s Biomass distributorship business and CNC Asset’s Biomass extended warranty and finance to enable both to mutually develop their residential and commercial biomass portfolios in Scotland.

 

Additionally, CNC Asset will open an office within Callum Walker’s Rosyth offices and showrooms under the name of CNC Asset Scotland and Callum Walker will promote and market CNC Asset’s renewable energy project finance and insurance for medium wind, hydro and anaerobic digestion and biogas plants.

 

CNC Asset was formed in 1999 and is an engineering-based provider of debt finance, insurance and extended warranty in the UK and overseas. Amongst its client base is the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy for whom it provides extended warranty on their industrial machinery. CNC Asset is authorised and regulated by the FCA under Firm Reference Number 306207.

 

Callum Walker Energy Source was established in 2011 by William Walker and Mark McLean.  It aims to provide clients, domestic, professional and commercial alike with a turnkey advice and retail solution to renewable and energy efficient building technologies and products.

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