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About Darren Evans
We provide energy and sustainability services that meets your precise requirements.
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 Why use us?
Our broad knowledge of the building energy industry means that we can act as a single point of reference. We cut through the jargon so that you know exactly what is required. If, at any time, you are unsure, simply pick up the phone and ask.
We build relationships of trust with our clients:
- We seek to understand and deliver our services based on our customers’ business needs.
- We add value in all we do.
- We stay informed of developments within our industry to provide our customers with innovative and current solutions.
 Our Vision:
To be the leading independent consultant for energy and sustainability throughout the UK.
 Our Mission:
To be the company of choice due to the way that we innovate, we find solutions, we are progressive, vibrant and reputable. We provide a broad range of services in energy & sustainability in the built environment drawing on our experience and relationships with partners, manufacturers and thought leaders in the industry.
 Our Values:
We ensure that the quality of work carried out by our team is of a consistently high standard, our core values underpin both how we work and how we run our business.
Innovation – we turn problems in to solutions in a pragmatic and innovative way, saving you both time and money whilst adding value to your project.
Collaboration – we see ourselves as part of your team, communication is important to us especially as projects can be so fluid with changes taking place at all stages.
Care – we really care about our projects, our clients and our team. We are reliable, and always go that extra mile.
Integrity – we are open and honest, we value your business and everyone we work with. We will help to deliver solutions that work with your best interest at heart.
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