Gaia-Wind

Gaia-Wind has been revived

Gaia Wind is operating under a new ownership structure.

In a positive turnaround for the renewable energy sector, one of the leading developers of small scale wind turbines, Gaia-Wind, has been revived.

Gaia Wind (Green Energy Solutions) Limited has been incorporated in Scotland with registered offices located in Edinburgh, having acquired the IPR and assets of Gaia Wind Limited which entered liquidation early in 2018.

The purchase was arranged by International Power and Water Investment (Holdings) Limited who also have a significant interest in the 4 Navitas (Green Energy Solutions) Limited, a leader in vertical axis wind turbines, which has recently commercialised the 55kW 4N-55 vertical axis wind generator unit.

Gaia Wind is a world leading manufacturer of high performance small wind turbines. Designed and manufactured to operate in moderate wind speed areas.

Alistair Munro has taken the position as Chairman and CEO of the Gaia Wind company having invested in the restructuring of the company. Alistair has 30 plus years of technical and commercial experience in large scale power, water and waste water contracting internationally, and a proven track record of business turnarounds.

Commenting on the acquisition, Alistair Munro said: “Gaia Wind has a excellent reputation with their clients and the reliability of the units gives the basis for a strong long term business.

“Gaia Wind offer the best price, performance and reliability in the small scale wind turbine market, and even now we are seeing demand for the product across the UK and internationally.

“In addition to the current demand we are seeing, we will also be looking to create synergies with our existing investment into 4 Navitas, support our existing client base in our current markets and expand the international reach of the Gaia Wind business especially into emerging markets where wind resources mean reliable power for small communities and industry.”

Gaia Wind will look to retain a number of high performing former employees.

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