Technical Staff Now up to Date with Current Wiring Regulations

Technical Staff Now up to Date with Current Wiring Regulations

The 18th Edition brings up to date regulations to the electrical industry. These are essential to ensure continued safe practice with in the industry, and aids in reassuring clients that correct procedures are followed.

Utilising our excellent in-house training facility, Powersystems have employed an external training body to deliver the latest 18th Edition wiring regulations course. All the technical installation staff are now compliant with the current BS7671 wiring regulations. Keeping up with the latest standards ensures that we deliver excellent engineering services to all our clients.

Powersystems UK, Now Powered By Partners

Powersystems UK, Now Powered By Partners

Powersystems UK Ltd are pleased to announce that as from 2nd January 2019 we are now an employee owned business. This marks a new chapter in the history for Powersystems UK and ensures a continuing legacy for the company based upon its original founders engineering ethos and family values. This positive step will further empower all employees in ensuring the business continues to flourish delivering high quality and engineering excellence within the High Voltage sector.

The employee owned business (EOB) follows a similar model to that of the John Lewis Partnership with all employees of Powersystems becoming “Powersystems partners”. This model will ensure the long-term stability of the company ownership and be a driver for greater performance and productivity throughout the business.

Chris Jenkins will take over the Managing Director role from Stuart Wilsmore who will remain on the company board along with founding partner Derek Earby as a non-executive Directors.

Chris comments:

“I am honoured and privileged after 25 years with the company to take on this role and lead us all forward as an employee owned business. This change in ownership will only strengthen our culture and ensure we achieve our vision of being recognised by industry and clients as the high voltage specialist contractor of choice across the UK”.

Powersystems UK’s participation in the renewable energy sectors continues with growth in grid connections, industrial power sectors, STOR & battery projects. With the emergence of new technologies and markets such as electrical vehicle charging (EV) , Powersystems is looking forward to an exciting future for our business.

Seasons Greetings from Powersystems

Seasons Greetings from Powersystems

Seasons Greetings from Powersystems

Christmas is here again and at Powersystems UK we look back on another successful year with customers both existing and new.

2018 brought about continued success on major UK renewable schemes, contributing to a greener national grid with the energisation of large projects such as Blackcraig and Dorenell windfarms in Scotland. Alongside works within renewables, Powersystems has worked on significant projects within the UK private industry sector, supporting prestigious and well-established UK companies. We look forward to continued successful collaboration going into 2019, with some exciting changes ahead!

To ensure continued service during the Christmas period, our head office will be open, however we will be closing at midday on Friday 21 December for festivities with our staff to celebrate another successful year re-opening on 27 December. We would like to thank our customers and suppliers for your support this year.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous and busy 2019!

Powersystems begins work for SS Great Britain

Powersystems begins work for SS Great Britain

Main LV supplies for the new SS Great Britain museum and visitor centre

Powersystems UK are all about diversification, when we are not carrying out grid and infrastructure works for major UK and energy projects, we are often called upon to apply our specialist skills and knowledge to carry out challenging cable and switchgear installation work.

Our expertise has been called upon to undertake main LV supplies for the new SS Great Britain museum and visitor centre. The ship is an iconic landmark of Bristols harbourside, and was the worlds first iron built steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, built in the dock where it stands today, constructed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.