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    Powersystems UK | End user Statkraft UK


    Moray, Scotland



    Keith Greener Grid Park is the first installation of its kind in the UK to deploy rotating stabiliser technology. The stabilisers, built by GE Power Conversion, replicate the spinning turbines of a traditional power station to improve grid stability reducing dependency on fossil fuels and increasing the renewable energy delivered via the national grid.

    Knights Brown was appointed by PowerSystems UK to deliver the civil engineering works for the £20 million grid project for end user Statkraft, including:


    • Earthworks
    • Piling
    • Steel portal frame structure to encapsulate the stabilizers after installation
    • 8.5m firewall
    • 650m x 3.5m electrified security perimeter fence
    • 190m of 132kva cabling to SSE substation
    • Multiple structures for the 132kVa switchyard
    • Close coordination with multiple contractors

    our sectors

    The team at Knights Brown has done a fantastic job in creating the largest JLR Aftersales Centre in the UK, working alongside GEMCO Sales & Service who fitted out the facility to the highest standard. With 29 service bays in total, Dorset is now future-proofed for servicing the JLR product.

    - Mark Whittam, Group Operations Director (Marketing), Westover Group

    Malcolm & I would like to thank yourself and Guy for working with us and our design team in delivering a superb finished product for FloPlast that we are very proud of and which has been much admired by our customers on site visits.  So far so good, we are finding our operational feet on the site and it all appears to be working well.

    - Bryan Lynch, Floplast