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AceOn looks to charge ahead with the appointment of an industry stalwart in a new director role

UK battery and renewable energy specialist, AceOn Group, has appointed a new director to the board to further increase its technical expertise and energy industry experience in order to expand the company’s market reach and help more customers benefit from its innovative power solutions.   Ian Wassman started in the newly created role of Technical Sales Director at AceOn Group in September, with a remit to elevate the company’s sales and technical support functions. Ian will be working closely with the...


Pioneering AceOn scale up for global success

The boss of leading renewable energy and battery specialist AceOn says the company is ready to grow so that it can expand its customer base across the UK and around the world.  Mark Thompson, managing director of Telford-based AceOn Group, is taking part in a special Innovate UK Scale Up programme to position the company for growth as it continues to develop new products and patented solutions to respond to the climate crisis and the growing need for energy storage...


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AceOn appoints two new directors to super-charge business growth

A Telford-based renewable energy and battery specialist is super charging its senior team with the addition of two new directors.  Ania Frajfeld and James Willets have been promoted to director level in recognition of their hard work and dedication to helping AceOn develop and grow as a business over the past seven years.   Finance Director Ania joined the company in 2015. She oversees the company’s financials and HR functions and has successfully implemented more efficient systems to make the accounts and...


AceOn MD joins board tasked with training the next generation of battery technicians

An industry group assembled to design a new apprenticeship programme for the battery manufacture technicians of the future has appointed AceOn managing director Mark Thompson to bring his industry knowledge and experience to the discussion table. The Battery Manufacturing Trailblazer group is made up of employers and experts from across the battery industry. It is working with the Institute of Apprenticeships & Technical Education with the aim of delivering a fit-for-purpose study programme which will suitably skill the next generation...


Shropshire Goes Green hailed a one-stop-shop success for climate and sustainability

More than 1,500 people took advantage of Shropshire Council’s free Shropshire Goes Green event to learn more about sustainability and climate action. The event, which was held at the home of Shrewsbury Town Football Club from 10am until 3pm on Sunday 25 September 2022, saw visitors from all over Shropshire and the surrounding counties enjoy talking to exhibitors about a broad range of innovations and technology. Exhibitors ranged from green energy creation and storage solutions, to sustainable modular building choices,...


Temporary energy respite must be seen as window of opportunity to install renewables

The Government’s plans to halve energy bills for businesses and other organisations for the next six months create a ‘window of opportunity’ for companies to invest in long-term, sustainable solutions to the energy crisis, the boss of a leading battery and energy storage firm said today.Mark Thompson, managing director of the AceOn group, and member of the national Faraday Battery Challenge Advisory Group for UK Government, says long-term solutions are essential if the country is to avoid a repeat...


AceOn shortlisted for national award for Telford green housing project

A ground-breaking green energy project, which uses innovative technology made in Telford to save social housing tenants money on their bills and reduce their carbon emissions has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award. Telford-based renewable energy and battery specialists AceOn provided the equipment for the Wrekin Housing Group retrofit scheme, which has been shortlisted for the Climate Change Retrofit Project of the Year at the Inside Housing Development Awards. The Awards recognise the teams, schemes and solutions which have...


BBC pays second visit to AceOn 

We were delighted to welcome BBC Radio Shropshire to our Telford headquarters for the second time in just a matter of weeks.  Group managing director Mark Thompson – a self-confessed battery geek - gave presenter Ryan Kennedy a tour of our base and talked about our expertise in battery technology and energy storage.  Mark discussed our groundbreaking Ofgem-regulated Renewergy tariff, which provides clean, green energy, cuts bills for tenants and gives landlords and social housing providers a return on their investment.  He...


Short-term energy respite must be seen as window of opportunity to install renewables

Today’s announcement by the Prime Minister Liz Truss provides temporary relief from the pain of spiralling energy costs but if we are to avoid more of the same later down the line, long term solutions are needed – and these must focus on the role of renewable energy, and not increasing the nation’s reliance on gas and oil or scrapping the levies which are supporting the UK’s transition to clean, green energy.   With this in mind, the energy price cap...


Shropshire green festival shows ways to cut bills and save the planet

A Shropshire festival showcasing a huge array of green innovations will be a must-visit event for families and businesses who want to save money on their bills and protect the planet, an industry expert said today. Mark Thompson, managing director of county-based AceOn Group, says next month’s Shropshire Goes Green event will be an unmissable showcase of the latest green and environmentally-friendly technology. Mark, whose Telford-based company is an industry leader in developing new battery and energy storage technology and is...