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Posted on December 11th, 2007

PROjEN announce employee Carbon Trust Accreditation

PM PROjEN, the award winning Project Management Company based in Northwich, Cheshire, has just announced that Tony Baldwin has been accepted under the Carbon Trust Accreditation Scheme as one of their Accredited Consultants

Following a thorough application and interview process, Tony has been accepted to undertake Opportunity Identification and Solution Development activities for the Carbon Trust. This will allow Tony to undertake Carbon Trust work as a PROjEN employee in both new and existing market sectors.

PROjEN has been involved in a number of prestigious energy reduction and energy conservation projects for its existing customer base over recent years. Tony’s Accredited Consultant status will assist PROjEN to enhance its range of energy related services.

PROjEN is one of a very small group of project management companies who have developed a specialist division to focus on the design and implementation of industrial energy management projects. The current market is very well served with organisations that can identify energy management issues, and in many cases, can also suggest courses of action. However, very few companies are then able to take a major industrial project from its early project specification and design stages all the way through to the final implementation stages.

PROjEN are able to provide this complete solution as a result of combining knowledge of current environmental legislation with 30 years experience of delivering major projects for some of the UK’s leading food, pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies.

The Carbon Trust is the Government funded body who provide advice and guidance to the UK to move to a low carbon economy by helping business and the public sector reduce carbon emissions now and capture the commercial opportunities of low carbon technologies.

Tony Baldwin, PROjEN Energy Engineer said: “The Carbon Trust’s accreditation will allow PROjEN’s Energy, Environmental and Compliance Team to meet its own accreditation requirements for Carbon Management and Energy Efficiency (CMEE) status; I am pleased to be part of this service on behalf of the Carbon Trust’s carbon reduction initiatives in the UK.”

John Taylor, Managing Director said “This is fantastic news for Tony and PROjEN and links in perfectly with our business strategy of providing project management services with an environmental edge. Our clients are becoming more concerned about their carbon footprint, energy cost implications and the future impact of environmental legislation. This accreditation will enable us to provide a complete project management service with the latest environmental support”.

PROjEN will be launching a specialist energy management website in the New Year to market and support the expanding range of energy management services.

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