A fast-growing green energy firm has appointed a board of directors to help fuel its growth.
Marden-based The Little Green Energy Company (TLGEC) has become one of the South East's leading providers of solar panels and batteries and says it's made the move "in response to its exponential growth over the last 12 months".
The firm marked its tenth anniversary last June.
It started the year by winning Tesla's Installer of the Month award for its supply of the Tesla Powerwall product in the region - a battery designed to store energy collected by the solar panels.
Currently employing 18 staff, the restructuring sees founder Simon Dudson become CEO, general manager James Deane appointed MD and project and design chief Mick Harrington named sales director.
Simon Dudson explained: "In the last year alone TLGEC has doubled as a business. The demand we’re seeing in the region and the overall growth in the renewables sector doesn’t show any sign of stopping. This restructure supports the development of an existing team who have successfully steered us through an unpredictable year.”