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NERS ACCREDITATION ACHIEVEMENT


Stormport Professional Services has recently achieved NERS (National Electricity Registration Scheme) accreditation allowing the company to enter the competitive electrical connections market offering services in the East Midlands and East of England.


TURNKEY SOLUTION The company, based in Cambridgeshire provides a complete and turnkey solution for new electricity connections using a team of in- house electricity experts creating tailored solutions and individual projects to the relevant DNO specifications – whatever its type or size and however complex.


SERVICES With the NERS accreditation, Stormport's services include new electricity connections at 11kV or LV, 11kV sub-stations, onsite and offsite civils works using in-house fully NRSWA compliant civil and reinstatement teams up to the point of connection, temporary builders supplies, street lighting and street furniture connections, diversionary works to facilitate a new connection, sub-station disconnection and removal, testing and commissioning and connections for renewable energy sources.


ONE-STOP-SHOP Steve Wright, Managing Director of Stormport Professional Services said: "Everyone at Stormport is delighted to achieve NERS accreditation. We pride ourselves on our ‘one-stop-shop’ service; from project conception through to final connection and energisation.


EXPERTISE AND FOCUS ON SAFETY


"Our expertise ranges from cable laying through to cable jointing, electrical fitting and overhead line work. We also have a fully equipped 4 x man overhead line hot glove team that can work live at 11kV.


"We have a safety record to be proud of and have recently won ROSPA and International British Safety Council awards for our outstanding safety record and culture – of which we are very proud."


Stormport 30 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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