Energy and sustainability specialists Inteb have unveiled a new internal restructure to drive the business forward as it forecasts another significant growth surge for the coming year.
The Birkenhead-headquartered company has embarked on an expansion programme to support a predicted 40 per cent boost in activity for 2023.
This will be Inteb’s third successive period of strong growth – following a similar trading increase of 40 per cent for both 2021 and 2022 – as energy, environmental and sustainability issues continue to be one the most challenging global concerns facing commercial operations nationwide.
Inteb’s core team of energy managers, engineers, chartered surveyors, utility and sustainability experts support and advise its client base of large corporates, real estate consultants, developers and institutional landlords across the UK as they deal with pressing issues to implement and improve performance in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), energy efficiency, cost optimisation and regulatory compliance.
Three new staff members have been recruited since January to join the Inteb workforce, with the announcement shortly of another five key roles, including a new head of Trading, Risks and Markets.
Chief operating officer Tom Kelly (pictured), leading the Inteb operation at the Wirral waterfront site of Egerton House, said, “A rare set of opportunities affecting our future development strategy arose due to climate change risks, the war in Ukraine and subsequent price rises in the wholesale energy market.
“This period made us realise that greater and more innovative ways needed to be found not only to reduce energy and water usage but also to ensure decarbonisation and sustainability measures are being set in place to meet vital net zero energy targets.
“Our new operational changes, centred around four core teams, have been specifically designed to enhance and expand our areas of expertise so we can successfully deal with the challenges facing our clients and to secure our own business’ growth journey throughout 2023 and beyond.”
Image: Inteb Chief operating officer Tom Kelly