Greenarc Limited now occupies the first floor of G Mill at the historic site in Halifax Town Centre.
The Mayor of West Yorkshire, Tracy Brabin was in attendance and officially opened Greenarc’s new office after speaking to two of their renewable energy apprentices, Emily Wood and James Johnson about their experiences and why they have chosen a green energy career.
The business has grown substantially over the past twelve months, and their new office allows for future growth by providing them with the environment to be one of the fastest-growing businesses in Britain for the second year running.
Chris Bingham, Chief Executive of Greenarc comments:
“After outgrowing three offices in the space a year we knew we needed a location that allowed for our predicted growth and creates a dynamic working environment for our teams.
Like the challenges I’m sure Dean Clough faced during its renovation, our customers may encounter similar issues with the journey from traditional energy usage, such as heating oil to low-carbon energy alternatives.
Our Greenarc businesses provide customers with the services they require now to heat their homes and power their businesses. However, we also offer sustainable and renewable options including advice about the transition away from fossil fuels.
As a group of businesses, we embrace the road to Net Zero and we have already discussed supplying renewable solutions to Dean Clough such as EV charging points in their car parks.”
Jeremy Hall, Chairman and Managing Director at Dean Clough Ltd was in attendance, he comments:
“We have the privilege of having striven to repurpose these buildings and it is a constant journey and evolution – just the like journey Greenarc’s customers will face.
The purpose of renovating a building like this is to engage creative and vibrant organisations and Greenarc represents all those things. We are open to and welcome conversations about Solar PV, EV charging points and other renewable technologies across our site.
One of the great things about Dean Clough is the diversity of businesses and I’m thrilled Greenarc have chosen Dean Clough to be their home.”
The opening of the new office follows a recruitment drive in the local area for the range of services Greenarc deliver, which includes supporting homes and businesses with the transition to renewable energy and heating.
Greenarc Ltd featured number fourteen on the Times 100 list of Britain’s fastest-growing companies in 2022