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GRID CONNECTIONS


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PROJECT 100 MIL


g2 Energy are proud to announce that they have successfully completed grid connection works to their 100th wind turbine project.


The completion of their 100th wind project, will take g2 Energy up to almost 1 Giga-Watt of renewable energy connected to the UK grid since its initial renewable energy project back in 2011. The company has seen significant growth in the last four years, being identified as the 7th fastest growing privately owned company in the Sunday Times, Virgin Fast Track 100 league table of 2014, exceeding their 10th position in the same league table of 2013.


SOLAR ENERGY


g2 energy have also completed 95 large scale solar project and look forward to celebrating their 100th solar farm project very shortly. Through 2015 the company remains involved in large scale renewable energy projects, with an expectation to complete a further 100 plus projects in the forthcoming 12 months.


They have also built and installed over 80 containerised glass re-inforced plastic (GRP) substations, from their specialist workshops in Milton Keynes. All were bespoke designed, to meet the demanding DNO and client specifications and they now have approved designs in almost all


of the DNOs, including SSE, WPD, NPG and UKPN, they have proved to be the preferred method of deployment for grid connection works with the majority of developers.


REDUCING COSTS


This is due to the reduced costs and significantly accelerated build programmes associated with containerised solutions. The company has also excavated and laid over 300km of 33kV DNO cable in the first quarter of 2015, which has positioned them as one of the leading ICPs in the United Kingdom.


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