A biomass energy company based in Lincolnshire has entered administration after it was unable to secure sufficient funding for the business, resulting in the loss of 45 jobs.
The company ceased trading following the appointment of joint administrators, Dean Nelson and Nick Lee, from Smith Cooper on the 24th March. The decision was made to ensure the business and its assets were protected.
Director of Smith Cooper, Richard Tonks, said “Notwithstanding that the company has had to cease trading, we invite interest in the business and or its assets as the company had an enviable customer base”.
Eco Link Power has been running for over 60 years and specialises in fitting biomass boilers for commercial and retail firms throughout the UK.
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