Energy firm invests €36min Australian projects

CES energy, an Irish company which produces on-site energy, is investing €36 million in energy projects in Australia.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
19th May, 2007

CES energy, an Irish company which produces on-site energy, is investing €36 million in energy projects in Australia.

Tom Marren, managing director of CES energy, said the company had secured about 30 projects in Australia with its partner firm Cogent Energy Australia. CES energy, which was set up in 2002 by brothers Tom and Brendan Marren, installs and runs on-site energy generation systems.

CHP (combined heat and power) produces electricity with heat as a by-product, which is...

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