3 months ago | Renewables
Following the launch of its new brand identity, engineering design consultancy, SLPE, has launched a new company website.
The new website is intended to highlight SLPE’s newly refined focus on the renewable energy market, its expansion into new geographic markets, and its growing capabilities as an independent design house to deliver on challenging engineering projects.
Joe Hilton, Director of SLPE said: “Our aim was to give our website a complete overhaul to refresh the way it looks and feels and to modernise it, in line with our ambition and new outlook as a business. We wanted a website that reflects our heritage, our commitment to developing and utilising the latest software and design techniques, and our portfolio of substation and wind turbine foundation designs for more than 30 offshore wind farms worldwide.
“We also wanted a website that accurately represents our focus on green energy, and we have been diligent in developing a site that communicates our commitment as a renewables company”.
Sam Lawes, Head of OSS Substructures at SLPE said: “We are thrilled to introduce our new website and strongly believe it will meet the needs of our client base and any potential new overseas customers. The site was guided by our commitment to offer both our current and prospective customers easy access to the information they need from SLPE. We are proud to be unveiling our new website to our clients, partners, stakeholders, and all visitors to the site.
As part of its rebrand and new website launch, SLPE has updated its web address to www.slpe.com.
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