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We are pleased to announce the appointment of James Dix as our new Chief Executive Officer. James, who previously served as the Chief Financial Officer, brings a wealth of energy, transformation, and infrastructure knowledge to his new role. During his two years with the company he has successfully guided the initial project portfolio to a […]
We were pleased to see the news that Carlton Power, the UK independent energy infrastructure development company, has secured planning permission for the world’s largest battery energy storage scheme (BESS), located at the Trafford Low Carbon Energy Park in Carrington, Greater Manchester.  The permission is for a 1.04GW (1,040MW / 2,080MWh) battery project incorporating two […]
We are pleased to secure another planning permission to add to our growing portfolio of Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) facilities, this time for a 60MW BESS facility at Redcote Lane, Leeds. Situated on a brownfield site adjacent to a major substation, the BESS will provide reliable and sustainable energy storage capabilities to meet the […]
Cambridge Power has secured planning permission for a 100MW Battery Energy Storage system (BESS) facility in Staploe, Bedfordshire, adjoining the Eaton Socon Grid Sub Station. In addition to the sustainability benefits of battery storage in supporting the transition to low-carbon electricity, the site near Eaton Socon will see significant biodiversity net gains provided as part […]
We are delighted to secure planning permission for a 50MW Battery Energy Storage system (BESS) in Lemington, Newcastle Upon Tyne. The site in Lemington, Newcastle, which is currently derelict, will see distinct improvements provided as part of the scheme put forward. These improvements will provide heritage and biodiversity benefits. We have committed to significant repairs to […]
Are we seeing the end of gridlock for BESS connection applications? The time it takes to connect low carbon energy projects to the GB grid is so slow, that a recent BBC report estimates there are projects, spanning wind, solar and battery storage, collectively worth more than £200bn sitting in the queue. With many projects waiting as […]