Getting grid connection feasibility right

A step-by-step guide to greater clarity on what you can and can’t connect to your local electrical grid

Building a decarbonised future along with economic development and housing growth are increasingly being thwarted by constraints on electricity distribution and transmission networks in a highly complex and seemingly unclear grid connections regime. This is challenging for energy managers seeking sustainable practices, developers planning significant infrastructure projects and placemakers within local and national governments.  We are hosting a series of three webinars to help guide these communities through their grid connection conundrums.

Roadnight Taylor has historically achieved High and Extra High Voltage connection application success-rates some five times that of the market as a whole. This is in part owing to its feasibility method and the rigour with which it is applied.

In this second interactive webinar, discover the secrets to our team’s extraordinary success , as two Specialist Connections Engineers – Pete Aston and Philip Bale – set out the incremental steps that they take, as Roadnight Taylor Connectologists®, in seeking to make a project work on any given part of the network.

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