Celebrating 30 Years in Aviation with Heathrow Airport. Over three decades, our long-term partnership with Heathrow has remained a testament to collaboration and shared innovation when delivering airport excellence. From delivering Terminal 5 to attaining Carbon Trust Level 3, we have supported Heathrow to achieve some of their biggest milestones, and look forward to many more years of success.
Over the past 30 years, our team has continued to grow in size and ambition as we've supported Gatwick airport to identify new supplies, new connections and new renewable energy systems.
For over 30 years, we've continued to operate and maintain Stansted Airport's advanced electricity network, working collaboratively with our client to enhance control, efficiency, and resilience of operations. We have supported Stansted's network expansion and sustainability gains with the development and implementation of their new terminal building, the integration of EV charging infrastructure and the installation of a new solar farm.
We worked with bp pulse to install 22 50kW rapid electric vehicle chargers below Park Lane in central London. The new chargers allow local taxis, private hire vehicles and fleets to electrify and reduce emissions in the capital.
We operate and maintain the electricity network for Canary Wharf’s multi-tenanted commercial and retail buildings: ensuring an uninterrupted, secure supply. Our portfolio includes eight commercial offices and five retail malls, including national or global headquarters for some of the world’s largest financial institutions.
We implemented new smart electric vehicle charging systems to power UPS’s central London delivery fleet for what is believed to be the first of its kind in the world on this scale.
As one of the UK’s most innovative and efficient deep-sea ports, Port of Tyne has developed a decarbonisation roadmap, with an ambition to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030 and to electrify the entire port by 2040.
In 2019, Bristol Airport handled over 8.9 million passengers. The airport’s ambition is to be the sustainable international gateway to South West England and South Wales, with an aim to be carbon-neutral by 2025 and net zero by 2050.
Following the successful appointment of Stagecoach Group, the UK’s largest bus and coach operator, to run London bus route 323, we were engaged to facilitate the electrification of the group’s West Ham bus garage to enable the introduction of five fully electric BYD buses.
We use electric vehicles at our Stansted, Heathrow and Gatwick airport depots and have electric vehicle chargers at London City Airport.
We relocated a substation from the middle of the aircraft taxiway to enable the airport’s expansion programme. The substation powers associated airfield ground lighting and airport communications.
We provide operation and maintenance support for Southern Water’s 70 high voltage sites in the UK.
Hinkley Point C is the first nuclear power station constructed in the UK in over 20 years.