EEEGR gains support with new bronze sponsor

EEEGR

The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) has great pleasure in announcing Gee-Force Hydraulics as its new bronze sponsor. A leading force in the energy sector EEEGR takes a vital role in keeping the UK’s lights on by facilitating business introductions, attracting inward investment and working with regional and national government departments. With support from members such as Gee-Force EEEGR are able to continue in their mission of being the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their business.
 
Established in Burnley in 2004 by MD Graeme Cook and later expanding with an office in Great Yarmouth in 2012, Gee-Force Hydraulics, part of the HTL Group is a specialist supplier of hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic and manual bolting equipment, flange spreading and alignment equipment, portable machining equipment and a wide range of other hydraulic tools and equipment.
 
As long-term regional supporters of EEEGR, Gee-Force Hydraulics have been part of the EEEGR membership ‘family’ for over eight years, enjoying dramatic growth and the wealth of benefits that membership offers.
 
Graeme Cook, Gee-Force MD, said: “Over the last eight years our EEEGR membership has been a significant factor in the development and growth of the company’s presence in the East of England. From initial advice on premises back in 2012 to networking, exhibiting and event sponsorship our involvement with EEEGR has formed the cornerstone of our marketing efforts since. This new sponsorship package will enable us to take our message and further highlight our capabilities in a marketplace we feel is poised for significant growth whilst also supporting EEEGR in their efforts on behalf of the industry”.
 
Alongside supporting its membership EEEGR also host a number of technical special interest groups and excellent networking events across the year.
 
Simon Gray, EEEGR CEO, said: “We are thrilled that Gee-Force recognise the benefits of EEEGR sponsorship and look forward to working with them even more closely across the coming year. We have greatly enhanced new opportunities for all our members in the energy sector by building the environment for people to do business, either via introductions or meet the buyer and networking events”.
 
EEEGR events continue to grow from strength to strength with their flagship conference and exhibition SNS2020 looking to be bigger and better than ever before. Smart Generation – The Transition to 2050 aims to attract over 1300 registered delegates to the Norfolk and Norwich Showground to consider how the energy industry will adapt towards a carbon neutral future. Gee-Force Hydraulics are looking forward to exhibiting at the event on 22nd and 23rd April 2020, visit them at stand 21 & 22.