The Grand Opening ceremony was conducted by Sir Lyndsay Hoyle with guest speaker Jonathan Lawson from the Goldman Sachs 10KSB development program who along with the Directors helped EnergyAce celebrate their success story with over 100 businesses & people who have been and continue to be part of their enviable growth.
The day was a fantastic success with free flowing refreshments and food including a Hog Roast from HognRoast and cakes from Cakes by Chelsea.
The new facility boasts a modern manufacturing facility, fantastic training suite and is one of most energy efficient facilities on the planet with Online Remote Metering & Monitoring, Power Factor Correction, Voltage Management, Solar PV, LED Lighting, Inverter Driven Air Source Heat Pumps & Desertification System.
It is always best to practice what you preach and Electricity bills have been slashed by 78%.
None of this would have been possible without a great dedicated team, the EnergyAce staff are second to none and over the moon with the new facility.
EnergyAce Ltd is a multi-award winning company incorporated in 2002 and a leading manufacturer of Energy Saving Systems for industrial, commercial and residential clients worldwide and to help celebrate their move from Skelmersdale to Chorley, they had their first ever employee Gordon Iverson in attendance along with Roy Outran of PQSL (acquired by EnergyAce in 2013), their first ever customer.
The move to Chorley signifies a major investment and cements the commitment of Gary & Eileen Vizard to bring additional good quality jobs to the area while also continuing to work in the local community by supporting Wigan Youth Zone, a project that aims to provide the best possible experience and outcomes for young people in a fun, supportive, safe, inclusive and positive environment in order to provide them with a brighter future. The company also continues to support NEA (National Energy Action) to eradicate fuel poverty, the move also brings an opportunity to work much closer with Chorley Youth Zone, named by young people as ‘Inspire’ which is a purpose-built facility for the borough’s young people aged 8 – 19, and up to 25 for those with disabilities.