g2 Energy offer High Voltage Electrical and Civil engineering services, including grid connections, for a variety of power engineering projects across a number of Sectors throughout the UK.
As a NERS accredited Independent Connection Provider (ICP), we are able to carry out Contestable Works on the electricity network, up to and including 132kV; providing an alternative to clients from using the local Distribution Network Operator (DNO). Please Click Here to see our Lloyds NERS certification, or visit our Accreditations section.
g2 Energy also have the expertise to provide clients with a complete design and build service for Electrical & Civil ‘Balance of Plant’ infrastructure. This includes substation building and foundations, as well as transformer enclosures.
g2 Energy are also one of the few companies that can offer a bespoke design and build Containerised Substation Solution as a part of your project. A Containerised Substation can be both a time and cost effective on-site solution. These are built within our warehouse facility in Milton Keynes. Click here for further information.
g2 Energy work across a variety of sectors including: Embedded Distributed Generation, Industrial & Commercial, Energy Storage, DNO Works & Private Networks. g2 Energy pride ourselves on offering clients a full turn-key service.
Once your electrical infrastructure project is completed, it is your responsibility to ensure your electrical equipment is effectively operated and maintained in compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations. g2 Energy offer all our clients an Operations and Maintenance contract with many benefits including 24-hour callout and regular maintenance visits.
g2 Energy have a vast amount of experience within the electrical industry and our experienced staff members have worked within the sector for a number of years. Our experience spreads across a variety of projects at different voltage levels.
To date, we have worked on over 300 High Voltage projects, equating to over 1.8 GW of embedded generation connected to the National Grid. To view a map of our projects, please click here.