Powersystems statement about Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and it’s business operations
Powersystems are part of a nationwide team that design, install, commission and maintain electrical vehicle (EV) infrastructure to support fleet transport operators.
Powersystems has announced it has been awarded the electrical balance of plant contract by Scottish company RJ Mcleod For Glen Kyllachy Onshore Wind Farm.
Statkraft has announced it has awarded Scottish company RJ McLeod the contract to undertake the civil engineering works for the 43MW Windy Rig wind farm in Scotland.
Powersystems have been appointed to design, supply, install, test and commission the electric vehicle charging infrastructure for 22 BYD ADL Enviro 200EV buses for First Bus, Glasgow.
Europe’s largest producer of renewable energy, Statkraft has announced its decision to construct the 43MW Windy Rig wind fram in Scotland.
Industrial high energy consumers are increasingly opting for the deployment of combined heat and power CHP technology in the United Kingdom.
There are more than one million solar PV installations now in operation across the UK – Subsidy-free solar ‘coming of age’ thanks to battery technology
A recent study has revealed biomethane-fuelled cars are the best transportation option to preserve air quality.
In a bid to attract new users of electric vehicles and early users of charging points, Rotherham Council are making electric vehicle charging available for free until the end of the financial year.
RBS has been urged by over 30 third sector groups to be a ‘climate change leader’ by formally closing the door on the financing of the coal, oil & gas.
A new £2,500 (€2,800) prize fund aimed at attracting new talent in the anaerobic digestion (AD) and energy-from-waste (EfW) industries has been launched.
Focusing on decarbonising the energy sector alone will not put the world within touching distance of a net-zero carbon economy.
The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) has pledged its support to the UK Biomass Heat Works! campaign, calling on the UK Government to ‘act now’ on protecting the industry.
The energy transition requires 10 times more solar and five times more wind power in combination with other technology to limit global warming.