Scot Heating Company acquires Buccleuch BioEnergy
Scot Heating Company has acquired the service contracts on three biomass facilities with its acquisition of Buccleuch BioEnergy.
Scot Heating Company will take over the service contracts, including
fuel supply, for biomass facilities installed at Gleneagles Hotel,
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
The value of the deal has not been disclosed.
Heating Company and Dalkeith-based Buccleuch BioEnergy said no jobs
will be lost as a result of the deal, and one member of staff from
Buccleuch BioEnergy will transfer over.
Scot Heating was launched
four years ago and is now a national supplier of Renewable Heat from
Biomass, with operations across Scotland and North East of England.
BioEnergy has previously installed the biomass boilers in all three
facilities, and Scot Heating Company took over the service contracts on
Malcolm Snowie, owner and managing director of Scot
Heating Company, said: “The acquisition of Buccleuch BioEnergy is part
of our continued expansion in the biomass energy supply market and helps
ensure that we have a market leading business offering flexible
serviced propositions to meet the unique needs of our clients.
unique selling proposition is to supply biomass boilers, heat supply
contracts and biomass fuel to a consistent specification across the full
spectrum of boiler sizes.”