Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) has found a new office in Aberdeen, taking the entire second floor at the recently-refurbished Blenheim Gate, on a five-year lease.
The open plan office, extending to 4,445 sq ft, also features a roof terrace.
ETZ was established in April this year to deliver the purpose-built net zero space adjacent to the new £350m deepwater Aberdeen South Harbour.
It should support 2,500 direct jobs, with a further 10,000 energy transition-related jobs across the region, establishing the North East of Scotland as a leader in energy transition.
Maggie McGinlay, chief executive of ETZ, said: “Our clear ambition is to develop a sustainable long-term international industry base that delivers sustainable growth and jobs for the region.
“Securing our fantastic new office and being able to get up and running so quickly, will help us to ensure we accelerate our efforts to meet this ambition.”
Amy Tyler, associate director at CBRE in Aberdeen, which helped find the location, commented: “The team was keen to find somewhere where they could be up and running quickly, so the plug and play option in this building was an ideal fit.
“Not only does it save on fit-out costs, but the team can swiftly set up operations, allowing them to integrate the team and to get on with their job.”
Esson Properties recently completed a refurbishment project at Blenheim Gate, installing touch-free technology, bike racks and electric vehicle charging points.
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