Smith Brothers prepares for Solar & Storage Live
The countdown is on for high voltage power engineers Smith Brothers, as they prepare to exhibit at the Solar & Storage Live exhibition this September.
With a wealth of renewables experience, Smith Brothers has already connected close to a Gigawatt of power in this sector alone. However, this is the team’s first time at this industry-renowned NEC event.
Exhibiting on stand G15 from 3-5 October, Smith Brothers’ presence at the show will focus on the company’s turnkey capabilities in this complex and evolving industry.
Extremely experienced in the ICP element of contracts, there’s more to Smith Brothers’ services than new connections. The high voltage electrical engineers can also take care of the EPC works, balance of plant, O&M of the site and ongoing asset management.
As this emerging market continues to progress, this end-to-end expertise is expected to be in high demand, believes Smith Brothers’ business development manager, Danielle Tile.
“We’re the contractor of choice for the UK’s two largest solar power developers – having already executed more than 100 of their projects – and we’ve worked on some of the biggest STOR schemes in the country,” she explains. “We’ve secured these jobs because of our experience in the complex renewables field, and our ability to supply safe, professional, low carbon solutions.”
So what is she most looking forward to, about the upcoming Autumn event?
“This is an incredibly exciting time for the solar and storage sector,” comments Danielle. “We’ve seen a two-year trial of the UK’s first operating grid-scale storage unit, for instance, which heralds a newfound opportunity to balance system stability in this rapidly evolving area of cleaner energy generation. Technology is advancing incredibly quickly, with batteries getting increasingly smaller and smarter, for example, so I’m keen to hear discussions unfold at the show.
“We know that existing and prospective clients and partners have already taken stands, so we’re excited about talking to fellow exhibitors and delegates alike, over the three day event!”
Solar & Storage Live is free to attend but online pre-registration is advised.