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New Job Openings with Expanding Local Employer

6th September 2013

Cheshire based TGE Group, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of renewable energy and heat technologies, is expanding its workforce for the second time in 12 months, to meet the growing demand for renewable technologies across the region.

The company is currently looking for five new recruits to join its 70-strong workforce in Wardle, Nantwich, with positions available in project management, sales, operations and engineering.  The recruitment drive is great news for the local economy and reflects a sustained growth both within the company and the UK renewable industry.

Rupert Higgin, Managing Director of TGE Group, comments: “Over the last 12 months we have concentrated on developing new technologies such as biomass, heat pumps and low energy lighting alongside our established solar PV division. We have also strengthened our internal business management, health and safety and environmental processes, with three new ISO accreditations, making the company attractive for employees and customers alike. With these now in place, we are once again ready to expand our highly trained workforce, as we continue to strengthen our position in the UK’s rapidly growing renewable industry.”

For further information on the vacancies please visit http://www.tge-group.co.uk/about-us/job-vacancies.

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