RedT Energy PLC (AIM:RED) redT win framework contract for UK public sector

 

redT awarded framework energy storage supplier contract for NHS and other public sector sites across UK

redT energy plc (AIM:RED), the energy storage solutions company, announces that it has been awarded a place on Essentia’s (a wholly owned subsidiary of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust) Battery Storage Framework to supply energy storage solutions to the UK public sector.

Having successfully been awarded the contract as part of a competitive selection process, the Company has been selected as a preferred supplier of energy storage solutions for UK public sector projects. This includes the NHS, with scope to also extend to Central Government Estate, Local Authorities, Schools and Universities across the UK.

The NHS is one of the UK’s most energy intensive organisations and spends in excess of £750m on energy costs annually. Through the Framework, redT energy will work with public sector bodies, including the NHS, to deliver energy and cost savings whilst delivering improved services and reducing carbon emissions.

 
Scott McGregor, CEO of redT said:

“We’re very pleased to have been selected as a framework supplier for the public sector in the UK. To be chosen is an important validation of our technology and business models to unlock cheaper energy costs and reaffirms our position as a leader within the energy storage sector. We look forward to working closely with the NHS and other public sector companies to reduce their energy costs and accelerate their clean energy targets in the future”

 


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