Waxman Group launches renewables company

Waxman Group launches renewables company

The Waxman Group has launched a renewables company following the success of its burgeoning energy business.

The move is part of the group’s plan to strategically position itself for future growth in the market and be at the forefront of design and distribution of renewable energy technologies in the UK.

Waxman Renewables specialises in the design, consultation and supply of biomass boilers and solar thermal systems. It offers pellet stoves and boilers from Red 365, the biomass arm of Italian stove giants MCZ, and solar thermal systems from Austrian firm TiSun, Swiss AMK and Ezinc from Turkey.

Richard Waxman, chairman of The Waxman Group anticipates that by expanding its offer into solar thermal and biomass it will capitalise on the market growth its energy business has enjoyed.

Richard said, ‘Although the renewable energy market in the UK is still in its infancy, government incentives are helping to make consumers more aware of the support available to them and the potential benefits of adopting these technologies. While this is the case we want to send out a clear message of our intention to become a leader in the field.

‘Our background with Waxman Energy combined with our proven distribution expertise provides a strong platform for delivering renewables.’

Waxman Renewables will draw on the group’s 50 years’ experience in the distribution industry.

The Waxman Group was founded in 1958 and is also involved in distributing flame retardant fibre, mosaic and ceramic tiles and solar photovoltaic panels.

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