SEaB Energy has just been awarded a contract to supply the State of California Energy Commission with one of its award-winning waste to energy FLEXIBUSTER™ units as part of a five-year research programme into sustainable energy generation from food waste.
In a partnership with the University of California, Davis, Southampton based SEaB Energy will be installing one of their FLEXIBUSTER™ units at a US Naval Base in Ventura county in October 2017, expanding their operations in the US to include the West Coast and building on existing contract wins in the Midwest and East Coast regions.
The contract announced on March 24th is the latest in a series of export orders for SEaB Energy that has seen rapid growth since the second half of 2016.
Speaking in Southampton this morning CEO and co-founder Sandra Sassow said: “This is a prestigious win for SEaB Energy and gives us coast-to-coast visibility in the US where we already have a burgeoning pipeline of contracts to fulfil this year. British engineering and manufacturing has an important place in the UK economy and we’re very proud to be creating jobs and exporting worldwide.”