Leep Utilities granted IGT licence
Leep Utilities has been granted an Independent Gas Transporter (IGT) licence from Ofgem.
9th July 2019 by Networks
Leep’s investment in an IGT licence sees the company able to provide developers and contractors with a full multi-utility adoption offering across all utilities on new developments.
Louise Manfredi, managing director of Leep Utilities, said: “We are delighted to now be able to provide a full multi-utility adoption service to complement our existing market offering of straightforward electricity, water, heating and cooling connections.
“Since announcing we were in the process of obtaining an IGT licence, it’s become clear that there is an appetite from developers and contractors for us to offer the same straightforward service for the adoption of gas networks that we currently offer across other utility networks.”
The company recently secured the rights to own and operate several high-profile electricity networks in London and the North West, and completed the acquisition of SSE’s water and wastewater networks.
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