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Liberty named on £820m Fusion21 framework

Liberty has been appointed to multiple lots on a new national Heating, Renewables and Electrical Framework by Fusion21.

Through this framework, Liberty will be available to deliver domestic heating (combustibles, electric and air source heat pumps), commercial heating, electrical testing and solar PV and battery storage works across England, Scotland, and Wales. And was ranked as the number 1 contractor for domestic heating (combustibles, electric and air source heat pumps) in the Scottish and Welsh regions.

The framework, worth up to £820m, has been setup to help the owners of domestic and non-domestic buildings to ensure they are safe and compliant in respect of heating and electrical installations and to support their journey to carbon net zero.

Alongside traditional heating installations and electrical testing/works, it also covers innovative technologies dedicated to sustainable heating solutions (including ground source and air source heating) and quality assurance audits. The framework is specifically designed to support public sector organisations, including housing, education, and healthcare providers.

Peter Francis, Executive Director of Operations at Fusion21, said: “We’ve listened to member and supply chain feedback and streamlined previous lots to create a new generation of the Heating, Renewables and Electrical Framework which combines a full heating offer, renewable technology, quality assurance audits and two electrical lots.

“In addition to working with a team of technical procurement experts and a rigorously assessed and approved supply chain, Fusion21 members accessing this offer will benefit from a compliant and efficient route to market, flexible call-off options and geographical coverage across the UK, down to a regional and local level.

“As with all Fusion21’s frameworks, this latest framework enables our members to deliver social value within their communities, aligned to their organisational priorities.”

Learn more about the framework at