FloGas invests in renewable offering

FloGas logoOne of Europe’s leading LPG suppliers, Flogas Britain, has strengthened its service capabilities with the launch of Flogas Renewables.

The launch follows the integration of one of the UK’s most innovative energy companies, UFW, into the Flogas Britain portfolio. Flogas Renewable provides the most suitable solution for each customer’s needs, from solar PV, wind turbines and heat pumps, to underfloor heating and biomass.

Flogas supplies LPG to a wide range of customers across Britain, including private house-holders, industrial and distribution businesses, caravan parks, arable farmers and petrol stations. Supply comes from either bulk tanks installed on customer premises or from a range of gas cylinders.

The team at Flogas Renewables will use their experience and wealth of knowledge to provide an industry-leading service to its customers.  In addition, customers can take advantage of new online offering, which allows them to completely manage their account online at a time and place to suit them.

 Nigel Parkes, Head of Flogas Renewables, explained: “The number of customers requesting energy efficient systems for commercial buildings as well as homes has been increasing, which is why we have invested in developing a tailored service, led by an extended team of experts.

 “Our team will help customers to reduce their fuel consumption and in turn, their energy costs.”

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