Global leader in renewable energy, Enzen Global Solutions, has expanded international operations into Australia opening of a head office in the Adelaide city centre.
The $10 to $15 million expansion will create up to 100 new jobs within the first three years of operation from highly-skilled engineering roles to graduate positions.
The company was attracted to South Australia due to the emerging opportunities in energy efficiency, renewable energy and the water market, as well as energy sector opportunities in neighbouring South East Asia.
Enzen is an innovative engineering services provider operating in the renewable energy, electricity efficiency and water sectors.
The company has its global headquarters in Bengaluru, India and a substantial corporate and business presence in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Spain and Turkey.
From its new Adelaide base, Enzen will pursue national and international commercial opportunities, particularly into South-East Asia, which will follow the successful growth formula of Enzen Global Solutions worldwide.
Enzen Group CEO Mr Kutty Prabakaran South Australia can be a global crucible for the transition from traditional energy sources to renewables – and that is one of the reasons we decided to make Adelaide our base.
“We found within the Government a very strong commitment to developing a technology and industrial base in low carbon solutions, leading to the creation of high-value jobs and the potential to export ‘know how’ to other markets around the world,” Mr Prabakaran said.
“In building this platform to attract and train young Australian talent, we aim to create a knowledge leading, globally-respected and mobile Australian work force. This is a natural complement to Enzen’s ability to integrate distributed generation sources into existing infrastructure.
“In addition, with the world still currently relying on traditional power generation and distribution models, there’s going to be a lot of change in the way energy markets are organised and will operate into the future.
“On our observation, Australia is probably leading in the transition, with the solutions we develop here likely to be progressively applicable in every market around the world.”