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News » Canada » Engie buys Ontario power systems specialist » published 8 Feb 2018

Engie buys Ontario power systems specialist

Engie has acquired an Ontario-based company specializing in power systems.

PBW High Voltage, which is currently in its 22nd year of operation, will remain an autonomous entity within the Engie Services group and will expand its current activities with the group’s support. It will move its operations to the Engie facilities in Mississauga thus year.

PBW High Voltage specializes in the design and construction of medium- and high-voltage substations and distribution systems for industrial, commercial and institutional customers. It joins  Engie Services -  a provider of energy efficiency, facility management and outsourcing services  and Engie MultiTech, a multi-trade contractor that provides mechanical, electrical and data cabling services.   

PBW High Voltage president Mike Penny said: "Joining the Engie team is a great opportunity for our staff and for expansion in the Canadian market. This combination will allow us to bring new products and services to our current and future customers."

Engie Services president and CEO Jean-Luc Billiani said: “The strategic and commercial fit between the two companies and their respective networks represents an opportunity for continued growth.”

Engie MultiTech CEO Louie Cosolo added: “PBW will be working directly with us and will complement our electrical division. They will add to our strengths and opportunity for growth as we focus on the transportation and rail markets in Ontario, as well as other markets such as data centres.”

 

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This article was published on 8 Feb 2018 (last updated on 8 Feb 2018).

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