The scheme for the 49MW solar park involved connecting the customer 33kV substation at the solar farm via a 1.5km 33kV cable route which crossed a main railway line and constructing a complete new 132kV bay extension to an existing substation owned by the local paper mill.
As part of the Electricity Alliance South West, Morrison Utility Services, as part of the J2M consortium (Jacobs, Morrison, and Mitsubishi) have worked on a number of substation projects on behalf of National Grid.
When retail banking giant Santander decided to establish a new data centre in Leicestershire, it chose Western Power Distribution to manage the connection to the electricity distribution network, who in turn awarded Morrison Utility Services the contract to design and build the new 132kV Grid Substation.
As part of the expansion project to the recently completed berth and container off loading facilities at London Gateway Port, Dubai Ports (DP World) constructed a new logistics park directly behind the container port and close to major transport links to the wider UK.
With targets in place to achieve 15% of all UK energy generated via renewables sources by 2020, wind farms have been rapidly developing across the country. While many developments are offshore, wind farms need to be connected to the electricity distribution network on shore. Morrison Utility Services’ Extra High Voltage …
Morrison Utility Services has a wealth of experience in connecting renewable generation projects to the grid and are at present working on large wind projects with a total capacity of 400MW (offshore and onshore), with a number of large projects in the pipeline.
Birmingham Airport is one of the UK’s largest regional airports, and with construction of the extended runway and remodelling of the terminals and airfield, Birmingham Airport is on course to meet its 2030 development goal “Towards 2030: Planning a Sustainable Future for Air Travel in the Midlands”.
MVV Umwelt GmbH has recently constructed a Biomass power generation plant at Ridham Dock in Kent. The plant will use about 172,000 tonnes of waste wood per year to generate almost 188 million kilowatt-hours of electrical energy and has a net generating capacity of 23 megawatts.
This project is to provide supply to a new Enterprise Zone being developed on land adjacent to the MIRA test facility in Nuneaton. Our client is Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (HBBC) although funding is provided by the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) - a £3.2 billion Government fund that helps…
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