M Group Services Announces Launch of Energy Division

1st April 2021

M Group Services (‘the Group’), a leading provider of services to essential infrastructure markets in the UK, with a turnover of over £1.3bn, announces the creation of its Energy Division. The Energy Division will include the newly launched Morrison Energy Services, which will focus on energy infrastructure clients, alongside the Group’s existing energy retail businesses, Morrison Data Services, Callisto and Protect My Property.

The launch of Morrison Energy Services follows the transition of Morrison Utility Services into two new entities, Morrison Energy Services and Morrison Water Services, which took effect from 01 April 2021.

Offering a range of capabilities and expertise aligned to the UK energy market, Morrison Energy Services will focus on the continued delivery of essential infrastructure services across the UK gas and electricity sectors, whilst continuing its increasing growth in renewables markets including electric vehicle (EV) charging, district heating and energy storage.

Adam Gosnold, Managing Director of M Group Services Energy Infrastructure, commented: “The creation of Morrison Energy Services as the flagship business for our energy infrastructure operations will align our service offering to the evolving needs of our clients. With a focus on innovation and new low-carbon technologies, Morrison Energy Services will be ideally positioned to support new and existing clients as they invest in the clean, sustainable energy sources and infrastructure required as part of the UK’s drive towards decarbonisation and a net zero future.”

The new Energy Division will also comprise M Group Services’ energy retail businesses, Morrison Data Services, Callisto and Protect My Property, providing large scale, data-led services to its well established retail client base.

Simon Best, Managing Director of M Group Services Energy Retail, commented: “We have a well-established set of services that mean something to our clients in what is an ever changing retail marketplace. The creation of an Energy Division that covers both the energy infrastructure and energy retail markets makes perfect sense in terms of our continued growth and working alongside the energy infrastructure team will provide new opportunities as our clients evolve their service and product offerings to the end consumer.” 

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