Against strong competition from across the UK, Fleetsolve receives the runners up award in the high profile ‘Made in Britain’ Awards organised by the Mail on Sunday national newspaper.
The company attended the ‘glittering’ awards ceremony at the Institute of Directors headquarters in Pall Mall, London was attended by Business Secretary Vince Cable who said: ‘It is absolutely the right and important thing to be focusing on the many success stories in British manufacturing, in particular the many smaller companies who are growing rapidly and contributing to job creation and the recovery of the economy.’
Collecting the award from judge and former Dragons Den businessman James Caan, Fleetsolve were singled out for our support of other businesses and our impact on the local economy.
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Fleetsolve are shortlisted as finalist in the category of Innovation and are thrilled to be highly commended by the judges. The category recognises major innovation in the sector, demonstrating significant technological, commercial or financial advance in the technology of the CHP.
The National CHPA Awards judges said: “We would like to highly commend Fleetsolve in this category. Fleetsolve designs , manufactures, installs, and operates, high performance, low carbon – combined heat, power and chilling units, developed to operate with a sustainable, liquid bio-fuel, which was developed by Fleetsolve as part of this integrated solution.
“The judges were impressed by the potential in this approach, for both reducing waste and avoiding the negative impacts that may be associated with some other bio-fuels.”