A leading Gloucestershire renewable energy firm has made it into The Sunday Times 100 List of the fastest-growing private companies in the UK.
Dursley-based Immersa was placed at number 24 in the prestigious list and was the only Gloucestershire-based company to feature this year.
The list is researched and compiled by Oxford-based Fast Track and ranks companies based on sales growth over the last three years, with Immersa demonstrating exceptional growth over that period, increasing its turnover from £800,000 in 2020 to £10 million in 2023, as well as increasing staff numbers to 30.
With a mission to end the energy crisis in the UK, Immersa provides renewable energy products and energy management services to commercial and residential customers through a turnkey process spanning feasibility analysis through to installation, live connection and maintenance.
It combines Solar PV solutions with innovative battery energy storage systems tailored to client's needs. Already a market leader in the sector, Immersa also has ambitious plans to double employee numbers over the next two years and broaden its impact in the UK, helping public bodies, commercial organisations and residential homeowners achieve energy independence.
Immersa CEO, Rob Miles, said: 'Our growth reflects the increasing demand for renewable energy solutions. Being recognised by The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 is recognition of our team's expertise and our relentless focus on delivering high-quality solutions to our clients.
'The energy marketplace moves at pace and Immersa wants to ensure people can take control of their energy.'
Managing director, Andy Blount, added: 'Our inclusion in The Sunday Times 100 list is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team. Being listed is an honour and a milestone for Immersa and we are proud to contribute to the UK's net zero aspirations while delivering sustainable, cost-effective, efficient energy solutions.
'Commercial organisations and residential customers are embracing the renewable energy sector, products and opportunities to create energy independence. Education is still a vital element in the sector's progression to those within the industry and to customers. Immersa has embarked on a shared knowledge journey, ensuring everyone understands how renewable technologies can positively impact them and our environment.'
Immersa was also recognised in SoGlos's 50 Gloucestershire businesses with impressive employee growth earlier in 2023.