Work has completed on a new Shell solar power battery storage project in the UK. Installers MD Earthworks announced yesterday they have complete the ground works at Shell’s battery storage project, in Bacton, Norfolk. The project was a ‘no dig’ site which meant developers not allowed to mechanically excavate. The work involved a team designing and producing pre-cast foundation slabs at MD Earthworks yard in Whitchurch, which was then fitted together like a jigsaw at Bacton. Shell Energy has now switched all of its British residential customers to 100% renewable electricity. Martin Downes, managing director of Earthworks, said: “We have been working with renewable energy leaders for a number of years and hope to establish new business in the future.
Energy Voice 26th June 2019 read more »