Established in 1981, Greenray has been offering turbine package upgrades and maintenance to the oil & gas, power generation and waste to energy sectors for more than 30 years. Greenray's primary focus is on supporting legacy rotating equipment which have typically been installed for over 25 years.

More recently the Greenray Group has the ability to offer new package solutions, including the elements required for control and monitoring of the package. Greenray has become one of the key players in the oil & gas, power generation and waste to energy sectors and continues to deliver the highest level of quality and technical competence in providing world class engineered solutions.

In 2015, The Greenray Group further enhanced its product offering to its customers, by forming ‘Greenray Control Solutions Ltd’, an entirely separate and dedicated division which offers advanced engineering control solutions to owners and operators of gas turbine, steam turbine and associated driven equipment on a worldwide basis. The dedicated team of engineers have global experience of designing and implementing modernisations and control upgrades which improve the availability of the equipment and can include remote monitoring solutions.

Greenray Control Solutions Ltd works together with our other operating divisions, Integrated Turbine Systems Ltd and Greenray Turbines (Lincoln) Ltd in providing a complete range of services and products across a wide range of rotating equipment. Having recently completed work for a major utility company in the UK, Integrated Turbine Systems is leading the way in its field focusing on Steam Turbines and Turbo Solutions.

The Greenray Group Timeline

2017

In January 2017, the three Lincoln sites were brought together and relocated to one new modern site on Teal Park, North Hykeham Lincoln. The facility includes a three-storey office, warehouse and workshop facility. The move is a huge commitment for the organisations future and for Lincoln as a whole. The facility allows us to combine our current activities and give us the space we need to grow.

2015

Norman Davies joins the business as COO and takes on the role of operations for the whole company. The Greenray group establish a new division to provide retrofits, technical support and modernisation upgrades. This new entity is “Greenray Control Solutions Limited”. A major control system is installed and commissioned in Iraq which included a key training phase, acceptance testing and retrofit. New employees are recruited to work as part of this venture and a new office in Leicester is opened. Employee number reaches 93.

2014

The Greenray Group establish a division to provide service support, installation and commissioning for gas & steam turbines and compressors fleets. The new entity is “Integrated Turbine Systems”. New employees are recruited to work as part of this venture.

2012

Greenray Energy Solutions Limited is formed and Iain Lister becomes the CEO of the Greenray Group.

2011

Greenray continues its expansion by relocating the Head Office in Lutterworth to larger premises in Lincoln. Current employee numbers are 35.

2010

A new Greenray workshop and overhaul facility is opened in Aberdeen with state of the art equipment and customer service managers based onsite.

2009

The first complete control system retrofit which included battery chargers, inverters and fuel system was carried out by Greenray in China.

2007

Iain Lister joins the business from Alstom as Managing Director, the business portfolio is strengthened and major contracts are secured.

2001

Greenray sign a 10 year global sales agency agreement with Alstom for the same fleet.

1997

Greenray’s first site in Lincoln opens and becomes the exclusive distributor of spares for GEC Gas turbine packages.

1993

The business diversifies into Gas Turbine packages through European Gas Turbines (EGT) and offers turbine package upgrades and maintenance to the Oil & Gas and Power Generation sectors.

1981

Greenray is born by a small number of ex GEC Gas Turbine employees in Leicester who start to sell land based oil drilling rigs into Northern Africa.