Scottish electrical engineering company Verlume is seeing its business strengthen: in a November 27 announcement about its workforce and growth, the largest contract it named was with RWE. The two will partner to engineer and integrate Verlume’s Halo subsea battery energy storage systems (pictured below) within the German utility’s 760-MW wind farm OranjeWind in the Dutch North Sea.
CEO Richard Knox said that, and other “recent contract wins demonstrate the success of our strategy and continued growth at pace, in line with our company mission.
“We are also experiencing a strong pipeline of enquiries for our Charge offering and are delighted to be supplying units for sale, as well as developing the rental market. With a sales order book that is still growing, we are looking forward to further milestones for the business in the rest of the financial year.”
Verlume employs 30 professionals from electrical, electronic, software and mechanical engineering backgrounds and has seven roles open.