One of the UK’s leading battery storage companies, Puredrive Energy Ltd, gains investment from The Maximeyes Group, one of the largest energy consultancy groups in the UK.
Puredrive Energy’s partnership with The Maximeyes Group will help fund and support growth of battery storage solutions in the domestic, commercial and off-grid sectors. Puredrive Energy, based in Gloucestershire, is one of the few battery suppliers who design and manufacture in the UK and provide service and support from their UK offices.
Mark Millar, CEO and Co-founder of Puredrive Energy stated:
“The Maximeyes Group are the right partners for us since they bring the financial investment to further our growth, along with a significant commercial client base which can benefit significantly from battery storage.”
The founders of Puredrive Energy have been at the forefront of battery technology for over ten years, with extensive experience in the latest battery solutions, including lithium ion. Puredrive Energy is at the forefront of battery centric energy storage systems.
Puredrive Energy currently sell their battery storage systems in the UK, through Edmundson Electrical, the largest electrical wholesaler in the UK. Puredrive Energy just completed a successful 12-month pilot with Severn Vale Housing Association (now Bromford) attaining their energy-saving targets, saving the tenant approximately £400 and demonstrating how their battery system, more than doubled CO2 and energy savings. Puredrive Energy offer a wide range of battery system options from 5kWh to 30kWh, single and three phase for domestic and commercial applications.
Shamir Jiwa, CEO and founder of Maximeyes UK Ltd, comments:
“Puredrive Energy provides good synergy with our group of companies, including Optimeyes Energy, with a vision and mission of bringing 1,000s of homes out of fuel poverty, and bringing to both the domestic and commercial market a new, more sustainable energy supply that is more renewable and green. We are committed to promoting integrated, fully funded solutions in partnership with our clients and suppliers where we share the risk to reduce the barriers to installing next-generation energy solutions.”