Cumbria-based Delkia are joining forces with Eco to bring green technologies to aerospace, clean energy, maritime, and more.

Delkia, with its head office near Whitehaven in the Westlakes Science and Technology Park, specialises in safety-related and mission critical systems integration, engineering design, and technical consultancy services.

The company is teaming up with sustainable solution innovators Eco on a number of groundbreaking projects through a Memorandum of Understanding.

A highlight includes a world-first remote deployment of a LOOP system technology with integrated hydrogen separation.

This initiative, set to be launched in the UK this September, is being rolled out in conjunction with Cambridge-based climate tech company Levidian.

Delkia’s CEO Kurt Canfield said: “Delkia is driven by values of continuous improvement, client focus and ensuring safe and secure operations.

"The Eco collaboration was an easy choice for Delkia as their know-how, innovation, can-do approach, and net zero ambition technologies, mirrors well our own aspiration. Clean energy is synergistic with our specialist CE&I (Control, Electrical and Instrumentation) system integration capabilities.”

Another standout development from Eco is its dry ice cleaning operation.

With numerous awards under its belt, Eco's distinctive dry ice cleaning process has been recognised as one of the most sustainable cleaning solutions available, making significant strides in maintaining efficient operations across various industries.

Furthermore, it contributes by extending the lifespan of plants and equipment, thus minimising downtime, heightening productivity and lessening the need for new parts and equipment.

Eddie Black, Managing Director of Eco, said: “Working together with Delkia will give both businesses the speed and agility to help facilitate the uptake of technology inside heavily regulated industries.

"The skillsets of Delkia and Eco are a great match

"We have the tech and the deliverables, Delkia have got the technical knowledge and the relationships.

"It makes total sense to join forces to speed up the adoption of new innovative green technologies.

"When you have the same common objective, it makes everything straightforward.

"We are very much looking forward to a really interesting collaboration which has the ability to make generational change and shape the jobs of the future that don’t even exist yet.”