Aberdeen energy management company expands with new Dyce base


Verlume moved into the old Weatherford Building within the Raiths Industrial Estate in Dyce. The 20,000 square foot facility includes a workshop, crane, offices and laboratories.

The building is six times larger than the company’s former base of operations and will house manufacturing operations for its range of smart energy management and storage technologies. On-site labs will be used for product and software development.

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Director of Operations Jonny Moroney said: “We are very pleased to be expanding our operations with this new move. Present in our Bridge of Don workshop since 2017, this new operational base in Dyce will allow us to meet the growing demand for our product range. I look forward to building the facility, and the team that will support it.

Paul Slorach, Director of Business Development at Verlume, added: “As the energy market continues to search for technological solutions to reduce carbon footprint and decarbonize operations, we are seeing considerable interest in our services. Our new facility will be crucial to delivering them at scale.

Last month, Verlume signed a memorandum of understanding with Oasis Marine Power, a pioneer in electric ship charging. The agreement will explore the creation of new smart energy storage and recharging infrastructure for crew transfer vessels, enabling the electrification of offshore wind farm operations.

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