Category: News

shentongroup Vacancy: CHP Operations Coordinator

Job Title: CHP Operations Coordinator
Location: Andover, Hampshire

This is an office role based from our HQ in Andover Hampshire for which you will be required to have good organisational skills, be a confidential and trustworthy person with good IT skills. Read more »

Press Release: Continuous Power Specialist Goes Live

Often referred to as the UK’s leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems, shentongroup team members can usually be found at their Andover headquarters, their London, Edinburgh, Lowestoft and Leamington Spa offices, as well as at a number of depots covering the entire expanse of the UK. Read more »

New Starters: A More Powerful shentongroup Team

You might have noticed a good number of new vacancy adverts from shentongroup popping up over the last few months as we expand the business, further cementing ourselves as the UK’s leading technical experts in standby power, uninterruptible power supplies and combined heat & power systems.  Read more »

Colleague of the Month: Alan McClure

Every month shentongroup staff nominate their Colleague of the Month: The workmate they feel goes above and beyond the call of duty, making their working lives more enjoyable and ultimately, ensuring that shentongroup clients receive an even better customer experience. Read more »

Reigate Data Centre has peace of mind thanks to shentongroup

For this project we needed to place two generators in one acoustic plant room enclosure for a Data Centre in Reigate.  This was no problem whatsoever for our installation team at shentongroup led by Terry Catlin (Project Manager), we are used to providing whatever our clients ask for.

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Make 2018 Your Year of Continuous Power

Although this winter is not set to be the worst we’ve experienced in recent years, and although gigawatts of battery capacity were pre-qualified for the recent Capacity Market Auctions, be under no illusions, the UK’s energy networks are by no means stable. Read more »