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Raggnar Power and Reeve Wood establish renewable energy hub for East of England

New hub will provide customers across East Anglia, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire with sales, design and ongoing engineering support for Raggnar’s range of renewable energy systems.

Tom de Winton, managing director at Reeve Wood,1 will oversee activities in the region while the new venture is established. The partners plan to recruit business development specialists and up to 10 plumbers and heating engineers to support customers locally by the end of 2015.

“As an existing Raggnar user, we fully understand the process and benefits of investing in renewables from the customer perspective," de Winton noted. "With the backing of Raggnar’s experience and highly efficient systems, we are very well placed to diversify into renewables and help many more people realise the benefits of doing so.”

Nigel Perkins, CEO of Raggnar Group, added: “Demand for clean, localised power generation is booming as more communities and businesses wake up to its significant financial and environmental benefits. With its contacts, experience and ethos, Reeve is the ideal partner with which to establish customer service presence in the East of England.”

This new sales and service centre is part of a nationwide network of Raggnar Hubs being established across the UK to meet growing demand for renewable energy systems and provide users with specialist maintenance and after-sales support. Raggnar already operates Hubs in Aberdeenshire, Swindon and Broadstairs, with plans to open another five centers by the end of 2015.


1. Reeve has reduced its heating bills by £5,000 and is generating an income worth £25,000 a year from the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme since installing a Raggnar biomass system at its own factory in 2014.


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