The History of Shenton Group
Shenton Group Established
October 20, 1982
Established in 1982, we started by selling diesel generators, our reputation and experience has shaped the business to it’s current format. We are now considered the UK’s leading technical experts in standby power, uninterruptible power supplies and combined heat & power systems.
Scorpion Power Systems
October 21, 1987
Scorpion Power Systems – was already a byword for outstanding quality standby and prime power generation
Working with the MOD
October 21, 1989
We signed our first contract with the Ministry of Defence: to supply the British Army for the Gulf conflict.
Merlin Power Management
October 21, 1997
By 1997 the maintenance and support side of the business was in huge demand too. So, that year we established Merlin Power Management and a nationwide network of power supply engineers offering 24/7 emergency response and service.
Broadening our Capabilities
October 21, 2003
In 2003 we acquired a national HV and LV switchgear company – broadening our power failure management capability and offering our customers a more complete service.
Power Call Launched
October 21, 2004
In 2004 we launched Power Call – the UK’s first and only emergency generator call-out system. Now even small sites without the space or need for a permanent generator could have emergency power within the hour.
October 21, 2008
In 2008 we launched powertherm CHP systems onto the UK market. We’re now the sole authorised distributor for TEDOM, the leading European CHP system manufacturer.
Boosting Customer Service
October 21, 2010
Following further acquisitions in 2008 and 2009, in 2010 we merged Scorpion Power Systems, Merlin Power Management and Power Call to become Shenton Global LLP, trading as shentongroup. Already our customers have seen the boost in customer service and ease of communication.
Continuing to Grow
October 21, 2016
We’re continuing to grow, to innovate, to deliver on our promises. We’re living up to our reputation as the UK’s leading technical experts in standby power, uninterruptible power supplies and combined heat and power systems.