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Powersystems are delighted to announce the electrical contract award for the Morlais infrastructure project.
The fast-growing offshore wind power production results in an exponential demand for large-scale energy storage.
Green Infrastructure Week highlights the British technologies that will be used to deliver the biggest gains in our transition to net zero.
National Grid’s Stability Pathfinder programme offers contracts to secure grid support services from projects like Rassau.
Energy storage will be crucial as the UK transitions towards cheap, clean, domestically produced renewable energy
24 GW of long duration electricity storage needed to integrate wind power into net zero electricity system
The UK’s net zero strategy to decarbonise the power system fully by 2035 is subject to security of supply being maintained.
From today ESO can procure wind, wave and solar generators to enable decarbonisation of UK power system
Britishvolt secures £100m of taxpayer cash and £1.7bn from a developer to fund gigafactory in Northumberland
Britishvolt, aims to build the country’s first large-scale battery plant for EV, and has secured a £200m funding boost
Additional benefits of the investment into tidal stream electricity include the creation of new ‘green’ jobs
19-turbine plant takes the Scottish wind farm complex to 190MW capacity
Hundreds of thousands of extra charge points in the pipeline with new laws to supercharge the electric vehicle revolution.
Today the wind farm produces enough green energy to power around 7,000 homes.
Powersystems working again with Pivot Power, creating greener grid energy and accelerating the UK’s drive to Net Zero.
Offshore wind power is the game-changer for Scotland’s sustainable ambitions.