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Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2

£30 million project, future-proof design, 
2 new primary substations, 7 internal substations.

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Industries

Our clients include some the highest profile public and private sector organisations with critical infrastructure on complex environment.

Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2

£30 million project, future-proof design, 
2 new primary substations, 7 internal substations.

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Solutions

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Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2

£30 million project, future-proof design, 
2 new primary substations, 7 internal substations.

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Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2

£30 million project, future-proof design, 
2 new primary substations, 7 internal substations.

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Ports





Resilience

Maintaining a continuous energy supply is essential to ensure ports across the UK continue to operate and provide the gateway between the UK and the rest of the world.

Operators of UK ports must be confident that their electricity infrastructure is of the highest quality and continually maintained to avoid interruptions to their operations. This is essential to ensure ongoing supply that keeps ports open and trade following in and out of the country.

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Expansion

As ports continue to expand due to increases in traffic and to cater for larger ships, so too are their electricity networks.

  • As electrification and automation of cranes and vehicles progresses, the impact on energy infrastructure as demand grows will force port operators to optimise their existing networks and integrate new technologies to maintain resilience.

Sustainability

Corporate targets and pressure from regulators to improve sustainability credentials is forcing ports to decarbonise their operations. There are now opportunities to provide shore to ship power and electrify cranes and forklifts, decreasing the reliance on diesel power. This will have significant impact on electricity networks, and will require a comprehensive energy infrastructure strategy to adopt sustainable technologies that will eventually replace equipment traditionally powered by fossil fuels.

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