Place awarded on Procurement for Housing framework


Campbell & Kennedy has recently been awarded a place on the Procurement for Housing (PfH) Scotland, Heating Services Framework. PfH are the dedicated procurement services provider to the housing sector and this award means Campbell & Kennedy now sit on two separate PfH frameworks. Initially appointed to the PfH Solar PV Framework in 2015, this recent appointment comes as a welcome addition to Campbell & Kennedy’s growing energy division.

PfH exists to assess procurement effectiveness, identifying opportunities for sustainable efficiencies and improvements, including improving spend performance and supply chain management, as well as providing greater value for money, efficiency and risk mitigation.

Campbell & Kennedy’s energy division delivers renewable energy solutions to public and private sector organisations and has installed solar PV on a variety of properties including homes, schools, nurseries, care homes, offices, police stations, hospitals and more.

The company continues to work closely with local authorities and housing associations to eradicate fuel poverty and provide both affordable and sustainable heating through the use of solar energy.

Campbell & Kennedy’s MCS accredited and award-winning energy division works closely with organisations to reduce carbon emissions, allowing clients to make savings on electricity costs and generate an additional revenue stream through renewable energy.

Gerry Kennedy, Managing Director at Campbell & Kennedy said:

“We are delighted to have secured a place on another Procurement for Housing framework. To date, we have installed more than 12 megawatts of solar PV for public sector clients throughout the UK and we look forward to sharing our expertise and knowledge with Scotland’s local authorities and housing associations to bring lasting benefits to the communities of Scotland and the wider UK.”




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