Relocation signals growth for Multi Source Power
The move comes as the business, which designs and manufactures hybrid power technology, continues to grow, with the firm predicting the creation of up to 20 new jobs in the next 12 months.
The two storey unit will include development labs and test bays as well as office space and will be home to MSP’s 10 strong and expanding team.
Simon Patterson, chief executive of MSP said: “This move comes at an exciting time for the business. We’ve outgrown our site in Hawkshead and the move to this new, bigger unit gives us the space we need to develop our operation nationally and internationally.
“Our technology is clean, efficient, light and reliable for a diverse range of uses where there is a need for continuous power and the next 12 months will see us create up to 20 new jobs as the opportunities and interest in what we offer continues to rise.”
MSP was founded in 2013 by Simon, an experienced hybrid and electric marine drive train designer. Its system offers new opportunities for sustainable power from multiple sources.
Using wind, solar or diesel power, the development offers vastly reduced downtime with its reliability of power electronics relevant for integrating into conventional grid systems, off-grid power, micro-grid systems, CHP systems, remote life systems, disaster relief, events and sustainable power requirements in a light weight, compact and efficient unit.