Spectrum Engineering joins the Scottish Energy Association

Spectrum Engineering SolutionsAnother new member – Spectrum Engineering Solutions – has joined the Scottish Energy Association.

Based in Dunblane, Spectrum provides a range of equipment and environmental solutions, Spectrum’s portfolio of services includes the provision of rotating equipment sales and support for pumps, compressors, fans, blowers, gas and steam turbines, motors and drives, spare parts and filters.

Also in the portfolio is specialist water treatment solutions and the fastest most environmentally effective oil spill product. Spectrum Engineering Solutions also offer bespoke project management, amongst many other services.

Stuart Lindsay, Managing Director, Spectrum Engineering Solutions, stated: “We look forward to the connecting, learning and networking offered by the Scottish Energy Association”.

SEA logoHector Grant, Chief Executive, said: “The Scottish Energy Association is delighted to welcome another new member as we look forward to our UK Shale Conference next month, as among our services, we organise excellent networking events, conferences and supply customised and valuable market intelligence information for all our members.

30/9/2016: UK Shale Energy Conference

“We are dedicated to strengthening commercial relationships across the industry and ensuring the best possible opportunities for businesses involved across the energy supply chain.”



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