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Mears and Future Energy Solutions launch a new joint venture

Mears and Future Energy Solutions launch a new joint venture

Mears and Future Energy Solutions (FES) are delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new joint venture. The joint venture will provide social landlords and commercial premises with a range of industry leading re-lamping services that can significantly improve energy efficiency.The re-lamping solutions will be created be-spoke for each customer and are based on rigorous technical data. The project can be fully funded and will be inclusive of all maintenance. Mears and FES will measure, validate and guarantee the energy savings delivered by the new lighting. The Mears project team will complete the installation ensuring high technical standards and customers’ will see a significant reduction in their carbon footprint.By working together Mears and FES can offer a unique set of strengths including financial support so that customers can complete a total portfolio transformation. Project management from the Mears team will ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.Dean Wincott, Mears Projects New Business Director said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this unique product in partnership with FES. Both Mears and FES are leaders in their own fields and we will be providing a best in class solution which will significantly reduce energy consumption within the social housing sector. There is a real need to continue to find innovate ways to reduce the overall carbon footprint and it is exciting to be part of a joint venture which will make a real difference to achieving these goals.”James Lee, Director, Future Energy Solutions said: “FES is delighted to add the weight of its highly innovative funding approach and renowned buying power to the installation and maintenance might of Mears. It brings together the ideal combination of skills, resources and financing to create an industry leading energy efficient lighting proposition for private and public sector initiatives.”

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