Aberla Energy has joined the Svella group of companies in a move which will bring fresh investment, management expertise and experience into the business to enable future growth.
The move allows Aberla to work closely with Svella’s other companies – Svella Connect, Svella Asset Services and Svella Estates – which operate across the energy, construction, telecoms and digital infrastructure sectors.
Aberla Energy, which specialises in the design and delivery of solar PV solutions and electric vehicle changing infrastructure, will work particularly closely with Svella Connect, which provides digital infrastructure networks and high-speed, full-fibre broadband to businesses and consumers.
Svella Plc chairman Andrew Tinkler said: “Aberla Energy is an excellent addition to the Svella portfolio of companies.
“The rising cost of fuel, global focus on decarbonising transport and the expansion of electric vehicle infrastructure across the UK means the acquisition of Aberla Energy is of strategic significance to Svella Plc.
“Its service proposition is complementary to Svella Connect and allows us to leverage our digital infrastructure expertise to target growth in the fast-developing electric vehicle charging market.
“Aberla has strong capability and expertise in network design, which is a great strategic fit and really bolsters Svella Connect’s current customer offering.
“With the industry ramping up to deliver Government targets around full-fibre and EV charging, these acquisitions will create exciting commercial opportunities in line with our vision for long-term, sustainable growth
Ryan Spackman, Aberla Energy’s commercial director, said: “We are delighted to become part of the Svella group of businesses.
“The wealth of management experience and business acumen Svella Plc brings will guarantee a bright future for Aberla.
“Aberla Energy already has a reputation as one of the most innovative and trusted firms in the energy sector and this move will consolidate that position and help us to exploit opportunities for growth.”