CHP specialist Fleetsolve unveils six new recruits

Supplier of low carbon biofuel engines Fleetsolve adds six new recruits to its Liverpool city region team

Six new members of staff have joined Fleetsolve in Wirral


Fleetsolve has welcomed six new recruits to its Wirral-based team as part of its ongoing expansion plans.

Based in Bromborough, Fleetsolve specialises in the design, manufacture, installation, fuelling and maintenance of low carbon biofuel systems. The new roles cover engineering, design, sales and support.

Over the next five years the business is looking to increase annual revenues to £150m. It has agreements in place with major engine manufacturers, including MAN Rollo, RMB Energie (Yanmar Corporation) and Guascor Energy.

In July 2022, LBN reported the business had secured a deal with a division of German industrial giant Siemens to supply its combined heat and power (CHP) engines.

Stephen Mulvihill joins as technical sales director and Doug Howarth comes on board as business development manager. Callum Ryan is a new compliance manager while Sarah Meadows joins as executive assistant to the chief executive.

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On the engineering side Duncan Tiley has been hired as a mechanical engineer, responsible for CHP installation. He is joined by Steven Dixon, an electrical design engineer.

Keith O’Connor, chief executive of Fleetsolve, said: “We’re delighted to welcome six new team members, who join us at an exciting time in Fleetsolve’s journey.

“More and more companies are turning to sustainable onsite generation in the wake of the energy crisis. Renewable CHP is a growing market as people realise the benefits of this clean, resilient and efficient power source.”

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