International environmental consultancy CertiNergy has taken up residence at Longbridge Technology Park.
The company, which has its roots in France, has been operating in the UK for two years from a Birmingham base.
It offers customers advice on how to save money on their energy bills and access to government-backed energy saving programs and initiatives.
CertiNergy is moving into a 1,334 sq ft office at Two Devon Way, joining tenants such as Co-operative Web, Vecoplan, Concurrent Thinking and Bytesnap Design.
James Teal, innovation centre manager at Longbridge Technology Park, said: "CertiNergy makes a great addition to our tenant line-up at Two Devon Way, which is really starting to make a name for itself within our technology park.
"CertiNergy is at the forefront of its industry, at a time when British consumers are more concerned than ever about their energy costs and monthly bills.
"They have already significantly grown since establishing in the UK and our set-up at Longbridge Technology Park will facilitate that growth still further."
John Fawcitt, managing director of CertiNergy, added: "The energy efficiency market is highly competitive. Since establishing in Birmingham in 2013, we have secured a strong share of the UK market and now employ 13 people.
"We have plans to diversify our business utilising knowledge and capabilities from across the group which currently works in France, Italy, Poland and the UK."