THREE60 Energy invests in wind through acquisition

Single wind turbine against blue sky (THREE60)
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Independent Scottish energy service company THREE60 Energy has recently acquired Bryan J Rendall Electrical (BJRE). This move has enabled the company, which currently offers complete asset life cycle solutions, to expand its wind and winder renewable energy capabilities.

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“THREE60 Energy is a dynamic and multi-disciplined company, and we are proud to incorporate BJRE into our growing team and capabilities,” THREE60 Energy group CEO Walter Thain said.

“The breadth of knowledge and expertise which has been developed throughout the BJRE team is truly impressive. We are confident the company’s integration into the THREE60 Energy team will be seamless and will continue our mutual goal of growing and delivering better energy together.”

BJRE has a lot of experience in wind; it currently holds several service contracts for maintenance on wind turbines, substations and electrical services. BJRE also has a lot of experience dealing with material supplies, wireless communications, marine engineering, hydrogen production systems, and energy storage. They have been the preferred supplier of the European Marine Energy Centre for nearly 20 years.

The acquisition includes all of BJRE’s expert personnel, who will move over to the team at THREE60 Energy.

Bryan Rendall at BJRE said “We believe THREE60 Energy is the perfect fit to enable rapid growth and opportunities, and to strengthen and build new relationships across industry. We are very excited to progress together and ensure the highest standard of service to our customers, proudly as part of the THREE60 Energy team.”

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THREE60 Energy provides subsurface, wells, EPCC and operations services throughout the asset lifecycle, with offices in Aberdeen, Bergen, Stavanger, Oslo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Jakarta, Taipei and Brisbane.

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