Kent, Taylor Woodrow and BGen have signed a memorandum of understanding which enables collaboration on UK Energy Transition projects.
Under the terms of the agreement, all parties will bring together their combined capabilities and many years of experience in the Energy Services, Installation and Construction sectors to create a team to meet the needs of the UK's Energy Transition.
Kent is an integrated energy services company providing expertise across the full energy lifecycle from design and engineering, through construction, start up and into asset maintenance. Taylor Woodrow is a civil engineering specialist delivering complex, multidisciplinary projects across the energy and transportation sectors. BGen is a mechanical, electrical and instrumentation specialist delivering projects at all phases of asset lifecycle from design through installation, testing and commissioning.
The collaboration creates a multi skilled combined offering, with the expertise and delivery capacity to support the UK's future low carbon ambitions.
Clients in the UK energy transition space will now be able to come to an experienced team who can deliver end to end services from design and engineering through to project execution, commissioning, and operation.
John Gilley, Chief Executive Officer, Kent, said: "The announcement of our alliance demonstrates Kent, Taylor Woodrow and BGen's individual commitment to support the creation of a more sustainable energy future in the UK. We're delighted to combine our capabilities and expertise to support our client's in the UK market and ultimately meet the UK's Low Carbon Transition Plan".