To understand the electric vehicle revolution, it helps to look at the key elements driving it today.
Powersystems renewable energy team, rub shoulders with the Top Gear Trio, Freddy Flintoff, Paddy McGinness and Chris Harris at the Energy and Rural Business Show – read their round up report.
Powersystems were invited to attend the houses of parliament this week with the Conservative Environment Network, Vattenfall and 10:10 Climate Action Group, to talk with MP’s and constituents about the cheapest source of electricity generation: onshore wind.
Certification is key to assurance within the high voltage sector, and here at Powersystems we are pleased to be up to date on several important industry certifications and audits.
Powersystems are up to date with current 18th Edition regulations.
Powersystems UK Ltd are pleased to announce that as from 2nd January 2019 we are now an employee owned business.
Christmas is here again and at Powersystems UK we look back on another successful year with customers both existing and new.
Powersystems are pleased to launch our brand-new website. With a new sleek and optimised design, we are looking forward to a brighter future for both employees and clients.
Powersystems have just completed its 2018 apprenticeship recruitment programme and welcomes three new recruits.
Powersystems UK have now handed over Blackcraig Windfarm. Powersystems UK supported the customer by installing, commissioning and back energising.
Project Engineer Darren Sampson carrying out final commissioning checks on the new section of 11kV switchgear Powersystems have installed.
BEIS are introducing new regulations which come into force from 6 April 2018, in the form of the Electricity (Connection Offer Expenses) Regulations 2018.
Dedicated to renewable generation, Energy Now Expo at Telford International Centre brings together landowners from across the country.
Powersystems have completed over 500 high voltage grid applications for both demand and generation projects.
Powersystems have successfully energised a 90 MVA transformer using new point-on-wave technology to limit the inrush current and voltage dip.