UK: Ebtech Group celebrates 10 years

Hull based engineering company Ebtech Solutions Ltd celebrates its 10th anniversary with a number of new initiatives, giving the opportunity for the company to develop into the future, alongside its sister company Ebtech Glasshouse Systems Ltd.
Born out of heating engineering in the horticultural industry, the company became renowned for its extensive portfolio of large scale biomass installations and bespoke heating installations. The engineering experience gained from its work in the horticultural sector has allowed them to diversify into the agricultural, commercial and waste management industries.

Bringing the company into its 11th year, the first major change is to rename the heat and energy division from Ebtech Solutions Ltd to Ebtech Energy Systems Ltd. This reflects the company’s new focus on a wider range of renewable energy, heating and power generation technologies within various markets.

Over the past year Ebtech Energy Systems Ltd have put a significant amount of resources into developing strategic partnerships with market leading manufacturers across the energy industries, including Danish company Justsen Biomass Boilers, Uniconfort Biomass, Toshiba CIAT Ground Source Heat Pumps, Solid Energy High Temperature Air Source Heat Pumps, Clean6 Waste to Energy, Viessmann CHP, F.H Crone hot water boilers and Boeters Ketel Constructie B.V hot water boilers.

Ebtech Energy Systems will be headed up by MD, Matthew Blood, with Steve Ward and Jonathan Froggatt as co-directors. Jonathan commented “Over the past year we have looked to secure a number of new partnerships and believe we are now in the unique position of offering our clients large scale, bespoke installations that not only attract the benefits of subsidies such as RHI but also address energy efficiency, waste management and CO2 emissions. Our focus on combining the best technologies allows us to maximise cost savings at each site and therefore meet our aim to provide clients with faster returns on investment.”

Also joining the team is heating design engineer and project manager Ferry Remmerswaal. With over 30 years experience and having worked closely with Ebtech from its outset, Ferry will be primarily working on horticultural based heating projects, supported by Ebtech’s project manager in the UK, Josh Chapman.

Sister company, Ebtech Glasshouse Systems Ltd, will continue to provide a comprehensive service to the group’s grass roots customers within the horticultural glasshouse industry. Ebtech Glasshouse is also celebrating a new UK distributor agreement with IMA Poly Structures. This further extends its existing portfolio, which already includes a prestigious UK distributorship with Dutch commercial glasshouse manufacturer BOM, as well as used glasshouse supplier Olsthoorn and benching provider Codema.

Ebtech Glasshouse Systems Ltd Managing Director, Tony Walker stated “We are excited about our new partnerships. We now have everything in place to provide complete solutions for small to large projects, repairs through to turnkey builds, with all the options available to meet our clients’ different budgetary requirements”. Ebtech Glasshouse Systems customer base has been continuously growing, with its focus not only glasshouse builds but also bespoke thermal screening, heating installations, irrigation systems, benching and transport systems. It has clearly stamped its mark as an important, UK based, service provider to the horticultural industry.
Taking the company into its second decade, Ebtech are also excited to announce they are taking the group to new offices in South Cave, East Yorkshire, giving the company the space and environment to expand and develop into the future.

Ebtech welcomes customers old and new to discuss their requirements with them - For further information please call Jonathan on 07974 308048 or email or Tony at Glasshouse Systems on 07738 771880 or email

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