Company Name: UK Power Networks Services
Profile: UK Power Networks Services has delivered bespoke energy solutions for its clients for more than 50 years.
The company distributes energy solutions and power distribution, optimising businesses' existing assets, delivering commercial benefits and integrating new technologies, such as electric vehicle infrastructure, battery storage and microgrids.
It also provides energy technology consulting, asset financing, major project delivery, design and build, operations and maintenance, and asset management.
UK Power Networks Services helps its clients increase the productivity of their assets and decarbonise their infrastructure through the delivery of end-to-end energy solutions.
Its clients include high profile public and private sector organisations, which span across a range of sectors including airports, rail, defence, water, logistics and fleet, manufacturing, ports, local and central government and commercial buildings.
Network Rail, the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, EDF (Hinkley Point C), the Ministry of Defence, Felixstowe Port and Canary Wharf are among UK Power Networks Services' clients.
UK Power Networks Services is owned by the Cheung Kong Group (CKG). Operating in 52 countries, CKG employs more than 300,000 people worldwide and operates electricity distribution businesses serving communities in the UK, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
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