Meet Powersystems Renewable Team on Stand F51 at All-Energy Glasgow SEC

Meet Powersystems Renewable Team on Stand F51 at All-Energy Glasgow SEC

All-Energy 2019 the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference. Takes place at Glasgow’s SEC on Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 May 2019. Meet Powersystems UK Renewable Team exhibiting this year on stand F51.

 

All-Energy 2018 was a fantastic success. The two-day conference and exhibition was attended by over 7,000 from the UK and overseas. Coming together to forge business relationships and share knowledge that will ultimately chart the future direction of the UK’s clean and renewable energy success story.

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First-Minister-Nicola-Sturgeon-at-All-Energy-Conference

In 2019 representatives from Powersystems 70-strong specialist renewable energy team, will be there in force over the two days to provide commercial updates on; renewable energy technology, (Solar, Wind, Bio Mass and Anaerobic Digestion plants), Renewable Energy Storage, STOR, electric vehicle infrastructure and grid connections. We will meet clients and new contacts and share our 44 year, market-leading renewable power expertise for all your project needs.

 

 

 

Renewable Onshore Wind and Offshore Wind

The announcement of a new Offshore Wind Sector Deal on 7 March which will not only deliver at least 30GW by 2030, but also seek to employ more than 33% women by the same date, more than double the current figure, it’s great news for our industry. And all this whilst helping pave the way to a cleaner, sustainable renewable energy model at a time when the effects of climate change are in the headlines on a daily basis putting the sector center stage in the UK Government’s wider Industrial Strategy –  the new deal is a huge boost for developers, existing and prospective supply chain and for the UK economy at large. Speak with Powersystems renewable team about your Infrastructure and connection solution for your onshore needs and offshore projects.

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Powersystems-Renewable-Energy-Off-Shore

Emerging Renewable Solar Energy Technologies

 

Research and development continue to improve existing solar renewable energy technologies while identifying emerging innovations; such as photosynthetic-based solar energy technologies and solar enhanced fuels. Innovations and developments in solar renewable energy technology and enhanced fuels will benefit everyone by making affordable and reliable renewable energy more accessible to more UK businesses and households.

 

There has been a large uptake in the number of solar parks being granted planning consent in the UK. Powersystems has been involved with many of these providing grid connection schemes at 11kV & 33kV. Each scheme is designed by our team of engineers and covers the requirements of the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) substation, site wide earthing and cabling to the point of connection. The whole process is managed, from initial connection application to final energisation and adoption. In the South West alone Powersystems has connected in excess of 100MW of solar farms Photovoltaic Electricity Generating Facilities, Solar Photovoltaic Panels and associated electrical infrastructure.

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Powersystems-Solar-Energy

Renewable Energy Storage Growth 

Energy Storage is poised for significant growth in the UK. This is due to a resurgence in confidence for renewable energy, making it the cheapest most sustainable power available. Opportunities in energy storage are aplenty. Storage is overcoming the limiting issue of intermittent renewable energy and is widely understood as the missing piece in the puzzle. According to experts the many opportunities presented require careful consideration. There generally isn’t one revenue stream that storage can use to create a viable business model – it’s more about tapping into multiple revenue streams and being creative about how you make the most of your asset. 

Energy Storage Insights Discuss with Powersystems Renewable Team on Stand 51

  • Discuss you STOR project
  • Hybrid storage getting the best of both worlds
  • On the grid understanding the regulations, capacity and infrastructure
  • Applying battery systems to existing renewable energy schemes
  • The integration of batteries for EV charging points and other smart systems 

Grid Connection – From Application to Energisation

As an Independent Connection Provider (ICP), Powersystems have been providing grid connections across all of the distribution areas of the UK. We have carried out a large number of grid connections for a varied clientele, ranging from Data Centres, Industrial Customers, Formula One Racing Teams, Health Trusts, Water Industry, Major Film Studio/Visitor Attraction and the Renewable Energy Sector. Under our full scope of National Electricity Registration Scheme (NERS) accreditation we are able to undertake connection design work, cable installation, cable jointing, substation design and construction, switchgear and transformer installation and testing and commissioning services.

We have civil construction capability which enables us to offer clients a ‘turnkey’ connection service to include trenching works, directional drilling, substation building, construction and design from small 11kV substations up to 132kV primary substations.  We also offer a grid connection ENA application and feasibility study service through our engineering administration department, where Powersystems will deal with all aspects of your application and liaise with the DNO on your behalf.

Whether an industrial, commercial premises or generation scheme Powersystems are able to provide a competitive grid connection offer. Our team of engineers and support staff manage the entire connection process from initial application, design, construction and commissioning through to final energisation and adoption. As an ICP, Powersystems have been assessed and accredited nationally by Lloyds register to carry out:

  • Project Management
  • Cable laying (LV, 11kV, 33kV, 66kV, 132kV)
  • Cable jointing (LV,11kV, 33kV, 66kV, 132kV)
  • Substation installation (11kV, 33kV, 66kV, 132kV)
  • All associated civil engineering works including excavation, cable laying and back-filling.

 

Powersystems Anaerobic Digestion (AD) – Turning Waste Into Renewable Energy

Anaerobic Digestion can play an important role as a means of dealing with organic waste. And avoiding, by more efficient capture and treatment, the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that are associated with its disposal to landfill. AD also offers other benefits, such as recovering energy and producing valuable biofertilisers. The biogas can be used to generate heat and electricity, converted into biofuels or cleaned and injected into the gas grid.

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Powersystems-Anaerobic-Digestion-Plant

Anaerobic Digestion a Renewable Energy Technology

Anaerobic digestion (AD) is one of a number of renewable energy technologies that have become commercially available to agriculture and industrial sectors.  A key attribute of AD is that it offers multiple environmental and economic benefits, particularly for UK dairy and livestock farms.  Alongside their potential to deliver low carbon energy, on-farm AD plants also appear to be the most promising mitigation measure for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from manures and slurries. Take a look at a Powersystems Anaerobic Digestion Plant Case Study 

 

Electric Vehicles (EV), grid technology and battery storage

The global market opportunity in electric vehicles is predicted to top over $500 billion between now and 2025. This potential for transformative change creates huge opportunities for both new and existing players in the automotive sector. Speak with Powersystems Renewable EV Infrastructure team to identify how local grid technologies, battery storage and V2G systems can come together to make this happen.

 

The Future Is Renewable Energy

There are some fantastic opportunities for industries wanting to future-proof and to drive change.  The Powersystems renewable energy team see their role to educate and share information on how this is likely to be applied practically over the next five years and beyond.

 

 

How is electricity generated from renewable energy?

There are many, many ways that people make renewable energy all over the world. Renewable energy is any energy we use that comes from renewable, natural sources. Renewable means that it’s naturally replenished, so can’t run out. Things like the sun will never run out, same with trees, because although we can cut them down to make biomass energy, we can still replant them, so it’s a renewable source.

Sunlight, water, air and heat from the earth are all renewable sources that we can use to make solar, tidal, wind and geothermal energy. Sometimes renewable energy is also called green or eco energy.

Read the article from Powersystems on Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Policy to find out where we are in the UK on renewable energy targets and plans to take us to 2050 with a cleaner brighter future.

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Renewable Energy for Farms

Renewable Energy for Farms

Renewable energy for farms and agriculture set to become important sources of renewable fuel and energy

The Energy and Rural Business Show is a pioneering event. Which was attended by the Powersystems renewable energy team. The event showcased the latest opportunities for renewable energy for farms, land owners and rural businesses who are looking to maximise profitable and sustainable land use.

Powersystems UK attended the Energy and Rural Business Show. The event took place on the 6-7 February 2019 at the Telford International Centre.

Powersystems-Energy-&-Rural-Show-2019Celebrating ten years of success, the show has been created to bring key areas together. These key areas are set to define farm businesses going forward. The Energy Now Expo, was joined by the Rural Business Expo and the Low-Emission Vehicles Expo.

Renewable energy for farms and storage technology

Over the next decade an ‘energy revolution’ is being predicted for the UK. As farmers and landowners look to invest in energy storage technology. Head of Policy and External Affairs at the Renewable Energy Association, James Court, said ‘Around 2.5GW of subsidy-free solar and energy storage projects are set to be deployed in the UK over the next two years.’

Renewable energy for farms – energy storage

If a farmer has already invested in renewable technologies, energy storage would add extra value to their onsite generation. Historically, one of the drawbacks of renewable energy such as solar and wind, has been its production variability. However, battery technology could help to overcome these peaks and troughs.Renewable Energy Farm Battery Technology Energy Storage

Charging stations on farms and Time of Use tariffs

Renewable energy also opens up a range of future diversification opportunities, such as the prospect of hosting charging stations on-farm for electric vehicles. Time of Use tariffs are currently under consultation, but will allow farms to use electricity when it’s cheapest to do so, with the right control system in place.

Reducing the size and cost of technology

Developments in lithium ion batteries have also reduced the size and cost of the technology. This has led to more feasible behind the meter domestic storage and commercial-scale systems, which support existing grid infrastructure for wind and solar farms.

It’s been a busy year for energy storage on a policy framework level, which can be seen in the latest Government targets. The UK is currently one of the best places in the world for advancing this technology, and farmers are positioned to be at the forefront of these developments.

Localised renewable energy for farms

There is now a greater need for localised renewable energy for farms.  If the government’s target to ban diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040 is to be met, we will need new sustainable refuelling infrastructure in rural areas.Farmes-as-key-players-in-renewable-infrastructure

Farms as key players in renewable infrastructure

Farms could become key players in the production and supply of renewable transport fuels.

There are a number of exciting developments in the agricultural sector. What’s key now, is understanding where the best opportunities lie for farmers in the immediate and longer-term future, so that provisions can be made.

Energy storage challenges and opportunities

The agri-renewables industry has previously been about mass generation of energy. Now the focus is on more smart and targeted use of power and heat. This includes storing energy for later use. Battery storage technology has moved on leaps and bounds, and suppliers are now focusing on developing more affordable solutions. Decreasing battery size paired with increased efficiency is a focus for this, and innovations in lead acid and heat battery technology, could help to make this a reality.

Energy storage growth

Energy Storage is poised for significant growth in the UK. This is due to a resurgence in confidence for renewable energy, making it the cheapest most sustainable power available. Opportunities in energy storage are aplenty. Farmers are being urged to source sound advice, as there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.

Storage is overcoming the limiting issue of intermittent renewable energy and is widely understood as the missing piece in the puzzle. According to experts speaking at the event, the many opportunities presented require careful consideration. There generally isn’t one revenue stream that storage can use to create a viable business model – it’s more about tapping into multiple revenue streams and being creative about how you make the most of your asset.

Energy storage – the below topics provided some great insights

  • What are the opportunities? A look at STOR and behind the meter options, including costs and income figures
  • Smart Systems & Flexibility: electricity storage policy focus
  • Hybrid storage – onsite use and export – getting the best of both worlds
  • On the grid session about understanding the regulations, innovations and opportunities available
  • Energy Storage, guidance on selecting the right size of battery system for your home and/or business
  • Applying battery systems to existing renewable energy schemes
  • Growth prospects and market outlook for energy storage
  • Flexible power programme
  • Taking advantage of market volatility
  • Opportunities session
  • The integration of batteries for EV charging points and other smart systems

Low emission farm vehicles

Discussions at Government level indicate that a policy framework for energy storage as a sector is in the pipeline. They recently announced their ultimate goal of removing diesel vehicles.

This confirms that electric cars and therefore, battery storage is likely to be the future. Bearing in mind that the UK agricultural machinery market includes about 10,000 to 15,000 new tractor sales per year, these developments within the low emissions vehicle sector are incredibly exciting.Renewable energy for farms with the John-Deere-GridCON-tractor

According to a new study of the opportunities and challenges of ‘vehicle to grid’ (V2G) technologies on farms and in other rural business and community situations. Farms could become key players in the generation, storage and supply of renewable transport electricity and fuel in rural areas. As well as supplying decentralised power networks.

Electric Vehicles (EV), grid technology and battery storage

Farmers and landowners wanting to find out how they could tap into the opportunities presented by electric vehicles (EV) and machinery, were invited to attend the event and learn more about electric and autonomous vehicles operating in farm and rural situations. And also identify how local grid technologies, battery storage and V2G systems can come together to make this happen.

Farm generated electricity and transport technology

Leading the initiative was the NFU, alongside Warwickshire transport specialist Greenwatt, working in association with the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), to investigate the practicalities of linking farm-generated renewable electricity and innovative transport technologies.

They are exploring the opportunity for rural vehicle-to-grid (V2G) trials. This involves electric tractors and other off-road agricultural machinery. This has highlighted the potential challenges of vehicles charging from often weak rural electricity networks.

Farm machinery manufacturers, electric vehicle specialists and battery storage experts, as well as university and government research bodies, are all participating with the common purpose of adding value to farm-generated renewable electricity.

Renewable energy for farms are perfectly placed to be pivotal in the generation, storage and supply of renewable electricity

Mike Woollacott from Greenwatt Technology is a co-coordinator of the V2G Task and Finish group and is positive about the future. “Farms are perfectly placed to be pivotal in the generation, storage and supply of renewable electricity. Thus enabling much greater deployment of electric vehicles on our farms, horticultural and forestry businesses.

Smarter farming will mean the adoption of battery powered and sometimes driverless vehicles on our farms. “There is now a greater need for localised renewable energy. And in light of the government’s target to ban diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040, the need for new sustainable refuelling infrastructure in rural areas is more pressing than ever.

As the National Grid decentralises, we need to test and demonstrate the practicalities of integrating the generation, storage and use of renewable energy as a clean and locally accessible source of transport fuel for rural businesses and communities,” said Mike.

Progress through innovation

The farming industry has already made great progress. For example, John Deere promoted their Li-ion battery-powered electric tractor prototype, at SIMA earlier this year. And Landover has been busy hiring software engineers for their electric vehicle fleet. The NFU has also reported that they anticipate diesel-electric hybrid and battery-electric tractors will be widely available from 2020 onwards.

Powersystems, Electric Vehicles (EV) and the Top Gear trio

The BBC Top Gear’s new presenters filmed an item for the forthcoming series involving three Electric Vehicles (EVs) at the Energy and Rural Business Show. The move reflects advances in the EV market; with ‘substantial’ growth reported over the last 12 months and high expectation at new models launching this year.Paddy-McGuinness-Energy-&-Rural-Show-2019

EV Custom-made model

Each EV was a never seen before custom-made model. The show was the only place the vehicles were available to view until the Top Gear episode is aired later in the year. Speaking on Top Gear’s appearance, David Jacobmeyer, the event director, was enthused about the new addition. “Having Top Gear, including the new presenting trio of Freddie Flintoff, Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris at the show was testament to how far low emission vehicles have come.

This bodes well for the future of the sector, ‘transport is one of the most polluting sectors in the UK, this is why we have introduced the Low Emission Vehicles Expo at the event for the first time this year, and we were over the moon to have Top Gear in attendance.’Nick-Hewer-advisor-to-Lord-Sugar-Energy-&-Rural-Show-2019

The future in renewable energy for farms

The next few years for farms appear challenging. There are some fantastic opportunities for rural businesses wanting to future-proof and to drive change.  The event showcased the most innovative diversification options available in one space over two days.

In the future, Powersystems see opportunity for farmers with the right infrastructure to host charging stations for electric cars, or become sellers of biodiesel or Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) for low emission cars.

Feedback told us that the key focus for next year will be on the opportunities within energy storage and low emissions vehicles.

However, in the current climate, it’s also about making the most of what you’ve got on-farm, and maximising returns on current investments.

New developments are of course still achievable, but need to be carefully managed, with long-term planning and future opportunities in mind.

The Powersystems renewable energy team see their role to educate and share information on how this is likely to be applied practically over the next five years and beyond.

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Energy Now Expo 2018

Energy Now Expo 2018

Energy Now Expo 2018

The Energy Now Expo 2018 is dedicated to renewable generation. The  Energy Now Expo 2018 is going to be held at the  Telford International Centre, which  brings together landowners from across the country to speak to experts in the field.

Energy Event Supported by Powersystems on Stand 11

Powersystems are pleased to be a part of the show. We will be  showcasing our expertise in high voltage electrical engineering to visitors on site. You can meet the Powersystems team at stand 11, we are pleased to have some of our top experts to discuss everything from grid connections to renewable energy generation.

The Renewable Energy Event for Farmers and Landowners

As the renewable energy sector becomes ever more mainstream, farmers and landowners can engage with industry experts on the latest renewable energy opportunities available, together with the best practices in energy generation and efficiency, at the Energy Now Expo in Telford, Shropshire, on 7th and 8th February 2018.

Energy Now Expo 2018 Supported by the NFU

In this fast-moving policy and technology environment, the NFU is pleased to have supported the Energy Now Expo every year since 2010, explains Dr Jonathan Scurlock, NFU Chief Renewable Energy Adviser, who is the opening speaker and chair of the keynote session on day two of the conference and exhibition.

“We want to see profitable, resilient and diversified farm businesses through the transition to Brexit.  Management of energy costs and investment in clean technology is a key part of this,” he says.  “Beyond the more familiar options for renewable electricity production, the requirement for large amounts of low-carbon biomethane or bioSNG to displace fossil gas in the network presents a great opportunity for farmers and landowners”, adds Jonathan, “and in the transport sector, we believe the first electric tractors may be on sale in Europe later this year.”

Jon Swain, Senior Consultant with FEC Energy will be chairing the afternoon session (1430-1600) on energy efficiency on day one – and the FEC Energy team will be on hand to discuss your NFU Energy Service needs at exhibition stand number 97.

Taking place over Wednesday and Thursday, 7th and 8th February 2018 at the Telford International Centre, St Quentin Gate, Telford TF3 4JHEnergy Now Expo is open to all NFU members, featuring over 200 exhibitors, a multi-streamed conference, a separate energy storage theatre, a renewables advice clinic and a low-emission vehicle showroom.

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Energy Now Ireland

Energy Now Ireland

Powersystems exhibiting at Energy In Ireland

We are excited to meet and engage with potential clients at Energy In Ireland, and are keen to demonstrate Powerystsems high voltage engineering knowledge and experience via some of our top engineers and staff who are are on hand to answer any questions.

The Renewable Energy in Ireland

The Renewable Energy in Ireland 2019 report provides a detailed analysis of Ireland’s progress towards the 2020 renewable energy targets. The report is clear that Ireland will not meet these renewables targets, despite a strong performance in renewable electricity. In 2017, 30% of electricity was generated from renewable sources, largely due to increased generation from wind, which accounted for 84% of all renewable electricity.

“While reducing the carbon intensity of electricity is critical to meeting Ireland’s climate change objectives it is simply not enough on its own. We need to make progress in all areas of energy use and rapidly increase the adoption of renewables across heating and transport, if we are serious about reducing Ireland’s carbon emissions.”  Jim Gannon, CEO, SEAI 

“It is clear that we need to step up our ambition. The window for opportunity is closing and we must respond urgently. The all of government Climate Plan will be published shortly. This will show a range of actions across sectors of society with clear timelines. Our focus will be on implementation and lifting Ireland’s ambition.”  Richard Bruton T.D. , Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment.

Ireland has committed to a target of 16% of total energy from renewable sources by 2020. The report shows that 10.6% of energy consumed in Ireland in 2017 came from renewables, with the remainder coming from carbon intensive fossil fuels.

Transport represents the single largest sector of energy use, but the lowest share of renewables. In 2017, 97% of transport energy was from oil-based products. The vast majority of renewable energy in transport came from bioenergy with renewable electricity accounting for approximately just 1%. Urban rail services have traditionally been the biggest users of electricity for transport, however the number of electric cars on the roads is increasing, albeit from a low base.

“The development of Irish sources of renewable energy, can create local jobs and encourage inward investment. Renewable energy is essential to support the transition to a sustainable economy – one that is not wedded to the use of imported fossil fuels”  Jim Gannon, CEO, SEAI 

Renewable Energy in Ireland 2019 Report : www.seai.ie/__uuid/d3f7f05a-02db-4535-bb64-c9cc5a7b7930/Renewable-Energy-in-Ireland-2019.pdf

 

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Powersystems at UK Construction Week 2017

Powersystems at UK Construction Week 2017

UK Construction Week 2017 returns to Birmingham NEC

Powersystems are exhibiting at UK Construction Week, the largest gathering of the UK’s built environment community announces its return to Birmingham NEC from 10 – 12 October 2017, where it will host the most popular event in the construction calendar. Set to be its biggest yet with nine specialist shows under one roof, the show already has a stellar line up of speakers secured from Urban Splash, NHS, Heathrow, Cast Consultancy, Kier and Network Rail.

In the face of change and political uncertainty, UK Construction Week’s main stage will host debates on the industry’s leading issues and trends, including the housing shortage, diversity, how to tackle the skills crisis, building in a pre and post Brexit Britain, and adopting modern methods of construction. Commanding audiences of more than 300, the panel discussions will be anchored by leading journalists and industry commentators including architect and TV star George Clarke, award winning broadcaster Steph McGovern and renowned architecture critic Tom Dyckhoff, while the individual shows will explore sector-specific issues and solutions.

Offsite construction will be a major theme, with a new dedicated offsite theatre and awards programme supported by Modular and Portable Building Association (MPBA) and Structural Timber Association (STA). As the industry continues to embrace the latest technologies that allow it to build quicker, more efficiently and at a quality not achievable before, the show will feature hundreds of exhibitors specialising in offsite, including Portakabin, Containex, and Wernick Group, making it the perfect opportunity for visitors to find out why offsite construction will become the way to build in the future.

Nathan Garnett, Event Director at Media 10, which runs the show, said: “The UK’s construction industry is more topical than ever. Not only is it at the forefront of political debate and public opinion, it’s also clear that we’re moving towards a new age of innovation and change with topics such as off-site construction, modular and BIM driving so many conversations. This will be our biggest event to date, and we’re looking forward to bringing the industry together to debate, learn and do business, as well as showcase a diverse range of products and services.”

One of UK Construction Week’s main aims is to act as a showcase for innovation in the industry, whether it’s new ways of working, sustainable products or evolving technologies. The Innovation Trail will bring visitors the latest products, services and innovations that are changing the way we build and have never previously been showcased in the UK. Companies can apply for their product to feature on the Innovation Trail by visiting the website.

A number of new, specialist awards will also feature at this year’s event. These include: Low Carbon Vehicles Awards, BIM Awards, Offsite Awards and the WAN Transport, Concrete in Architecture and Adaptive Reuse Awards.

Consisting of Build Show, Timber Expo, Civils Expo, Plant & Machinery Live, Energy 2017, Smart Buildings 2017, Surface & Materials Show (featuring Kitchens & Bathrooms Live), HVAC 2017 and Grand Designs Live, UK Construction Week caters for the entire spectrum of the industry from builders, architects, innovators and consultants, each show provides exhibitors with the opportunity to network alongside decision makers and purchasers while showcasing their services and products to thousands of visitors.

As one of the leading voices of the construction industry, UK Construction Week 2017 will deliver its most comprehensive and diverse show to date with support from leading associations including The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Construction Products Association (CPA), Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) and the Scaffolding Association.

For more information and free registration visit www.ukconstructionweek.com.

UK Construction Week brings together all stakeholders within the built environment across every facet of design, build and product innovation. As the largest event dedicated to knowledge sharing, championing good practice and problem solving, it’s the environment for the whole industry to look, talk, plan, learn and do business; providing answers for what, when, where and how we build (for) our future.” 

UK Construction Week is the UK’s largest gathering of construction professionals coming together at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham between 10-12 October. The event celebrates this exciting and dynamic industry, and will be a place to network, debate, discover innovation and celebrate excellence. UK Construction Week is designed to ultimately drive forward and promote construction. 
 
UK Construction Week has been created by close collaboration with partners and stakeholders, and will tackle some of the key issues facing the construction industry. Anyone in construction, whether Contractors, Clients, Architects, Manufacturers, SME’s, and Developers, has a shared interest in growing such a vital sector to the economy, and that can only happen through partnership, and by coming together, as we will do at UK Construction Week

Join Powerysystems at the NEC in Birmingham on 10-12 Oct for the UK’s biggest construction event.

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