A Cornish company has secured an international deal which will see its range of energy efficiency products being installed throughout Nepal, as the country struggles to meet energy demands.
Enigin signed the five-year deal with Nepalese technology company, Innovative Energy Pvt Ltd, following a series of meetings at the company’s offices in St Austell last month.
Enigin already has representation in more than 50 countries worldwide; however, the exclusive arrangement with Innovative Energy sees the company’s first move into the Nepalese market.
Nepal is currently experiencing an on-going energy crisis where load-shedding (the act of shutting down power to particular areas to conserve electricity) has become a regular occurrence.
Commenting on the deal, Enigin’s MD, Troy Wrigley, said: “Nepal is experiencing a significant problem producing the energy to meet the needs of its population. This is a problem that is becoming more and more common as demand continues to grow.
“Energy efficiency offers the cheapest form of energy, the energy you don’t use. We hope that by working in partnership with Innovative Technology we can play a part in securing Nepal’s future energy supply.”