The market leader been named as a finalist in the Sustainability category, which seeks to recognise products or services which have made a significant impact on environmental performance. The company will go head-to-head with four other organisations to be crowned the winner.
The company, which recently celebrated 20 years in business, focuses on developing real green decarbonisation and zero-carbon projects for commercial energy users, helping private-sector businesses and public-sector bodies resolve the trilemma of energy security, energy transformation and decarbonisation and accelerating the pathway to net zero. It achieves this by designing, manufacturing, installing and operating bio-fuel CHP engines, with a proven track record of delivering zero-carbon and sustainable energy projects for clients across a wide range of sectors, with customers including Tesco, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, London School of Economics, Nottinghamshire Council and Royal Papworth Hospital.
Fleetsolve’s CEO and Founder Keith O Connor commented: “Across the Northwest there are many businesses who are doing great things when it comes to sustainability, and we are delighted to be named as a finalist at the North West Business Masters Awards in such a competitive category. As the only finalist from the Liverpool City Region it highlights our pioneering activity to provide low carbon solutions that help companies accelerate their decarbonisation journey. We wish all of the shortlisted companies ‘good luck’ and we very much look forward to the big night.”
The Business Masters awards are co-ordinated by leading business publisher TheBusinessDesk.com and celebrate excellence from businesses across the Northwest region. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on November 10.