Verlume, a specialist in intelligent energy management and energy storage, has moved to a larger operations facility as it prepares to fulfill ambitious growth plans.
Located in the former Weatherford building within the Raiths Industrial Estate in Dyce, Aberdeen, the 20,000 square foot facility boasts a generous workshop floor, cranage, office space and laboratory areas.
The Dyce facility, which is six times the size of Verlume’s previous operational base, will accommodate manufacturing operations for the company’s range of intelligent energy management and storage technologies, including project assemblies for the award-winning flagship Halo modular battery energy storage system. On-site laboratories will be used for industry-leading product and software development.
Verlume’s main office will remain at Davidson House in Aberdeen Innovation Park.
Jonny Moroney, operations director at Verlume said: “We are very excited to be scaling up our operations with this new facility move. Having been in our Bridge of Don workshop since 2017, this new operational base in Dyce will allow us to deliver on the increasing demand for our range of products. I am looking forward to building up the facility, as well as the team which will support it.”
Paul Slorach, business development director at Verlume added: “As the energy market continues to look for technology solutions to reduce carbon footprint and decarbonise operations, we are experiencing significant interest in our solutions. Our new facility will be crucial to delivering these solutions at scale.”
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