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High voltage Electrical and Civil engineers specialising in the design and construction of 'Balance of Plant' Infrastructure and grid connections for renewable energy projects, including Solar, Anaerobic Digestion and Wind Farms.
We are very pleased to announce that g2 Energy have been ranked in the Top Ten fastest-growing companies on The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 league table 2013. See our News section for more details.
g2 Energy are a Lloyds registered, NERs accredited, Independent Connection Provider (ICP) and can provide Contestable works up to and including 132kV.
To date, g2 Energy have successfully connected in excess of 371 MegaWatts (MW) of renewable energy to the grid, with a further 439MW due be to connected in 2014.
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g2 Energy are exhibiting at Solar Energy UK 2014 taking place at the NEC in Birmingham between the 14th-16th October 2014. Come and visit us at stand G30.
The Government have set targets for the UK to ensure that 15% of the UK’s energy demand is met from renewable sources by the year 2020. This has driven an increase in the number of Renewable Developments requiring a Grid connection.
If you are considering an embedded generation project, g2 Energy can help you. We have the capability to design and build your complete renewable energy project, from initial feasibility, through to planning, installation, project management and connection onto the grid. As a Lloyds registered ICP, g2 Energy may be able to provide you with a cost effective alternative to a quote you may have received from the local Distribution Network Operator (DNO).
g2 Energy’s Renewable Developments department have successfully gained planning approval on 4 Wind Turbine sites in South Wales, all expecting to be built out and developed in 2014.