Scottish Power is to undertake the most ambitious battery power project in Europe in an attempt to unlock the potential of the UK’s wind and solar farms.
A CPD hosted workshop with Peter Hurndall and the team from Power Electrics.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) is assessing the impact of a target to reach net zero emissions. Read the implications for households.
The BBC documentary ‘one day that changed my life’ was filmed during the energisation period of the Auchadaduie wind farm project.
Fleets need to compile accurate and reliable data about their use of electric and hybrid vehicles if they are to make a compelling case for more widespread use.
Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy Develops New City Planning Tools for Electric Vehicle Adoption. Read all about it here!
Powersystems UK Are Proud To Sponsor Green Racing Engineers of The Future. The Rotary Racer Greenpower Team, based at Chipping Sodbury School, welcomed Powersystems recently.
Help in preventing damage to the environment with sustainable plastics from Centriforce – Powersystems were delighted to welcome their team
Powersystems UK were appointed to design, supply installation, testing and commission a 132kV grid connection by Ruthin-based Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK.
In the latest publication of the Employee Ownership Association’s (EOA) annual 2018 Top 50 Report, shows positive growth for the employee ownership sector.
The future is renewable energy, there are some fantastic opportunities for industries wanting to future-proof and to drive change. Speak with Powersystems on stand F51 at All Energy, Glasgow 15-16 May
Developers and generation equipment suppliers need to be aware of the new G99 regulations in order to ensure their products have the capability to meet these higher performance requirements.
Renewable energy is produced using natural resources that are constantly replaced and never run out.
Clean, green offshore wind is set to power more than 30% of British electricity by 2030
Powersystems asks the question where are we now with renewable energy, climate change and policy?