AMPS (the Association of Manufacturers of Power Generation Systems) chose GF Genovate in recognition of our success in becoming the fastest-growing energy company in Europe and the 22nd fastest-growing company overall according to the Financial Times 1000 list.
GF Genovate is delighted to have been awarded ‘Company of the Year’ for the second time in three years at the 2019 AMPS awards.
GF Genovate is very proud of this accolade and acknowledges our entire supply chain and client network for their contributions over the last six years.
Managing director Alan Dempsey, picked up the award on behalf of the whole team at the prestigious awards ceremony last Thursday at The Midland Hotel in Manchester.
He said: “Company of the Year 2019 is more than just a great employer or successful business.
As the winners of this award GF Genovate have demonstrated stand out success in overcoming business challenges whilst developing new brands and markets together with sustained growth during delivering complete power generation solutions.”
With the United Kingdom’s Capacity Market standstill period now reaching resolution, and further governmental developments due from January 2020 onwards, GF Genovate looks forward to the continued development of key electrical infrastructure assets with its partners in the coming years.
The marketplace demands expertise, reliability and value for money. GF Genovate will continue to deliver this with our turnkey power generation solutions.
Additionally, we look forward to working on projects of strategic importance with respect to power generation industry governance and skillset continuity. In particular, we hope that such ventures will find common ground between AMPS and the Institution of Power Engineers so that together we can show the leadership required to tackle some of the key and ubiquitous challenges that this industry faces.
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