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British Marine team to relocate head office to Southampton by Spring 2020

posted on: Dec 12 2019 in Marine

 

As a member-driven organisation and as part of our ongoing drive to deliver the best value for our members, the senior management team and board of directors of British Marine have reviewed extensively all aspects of our operation. This is in order to achieve our 2025 strategic plan aspirations of developing the British marine industry by driving improvements in product and service quality, marine careers, training, government representation and overall consumer participation in UK boating.

 

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Welfare Cabins Offer a Sustainable Option for Multi-National Technology Company

posted on: Dec 12 2019 in Case Studies, Hybrid, Off grid

 

EasyGrid 5000Li Off Grid Power System - Case Study

This high specification welfare cabin was designed and manufactured for a leading multi-national technology company by RS French Ltd in Faversham, Kent. The client had specified that these new welfare cabins needed to be diesel-free in order to meet their sustainability targets; meaning a traditional generator was off the cards and a suitable hybrid solution was needed to provide power for the kitchen, office, toilets and drying rooms.

 

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Christmas and New Year Orders & Opening Hours

posted on: Dec 04 2019 in

 

Thank you for all your support and custom during 2019 and we look forward to working with you in 2020.
 

For your reference our office opening times & ordering schedules
over the holidays are:

 

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Grain Store in Suffolk Gains Power

posted on: Dec 04 2019 in Case Studies, Hybrid, Off grid, Industrial

 

EasyGridLite 5000Li Off Grid Power System - Case Study

One of our latest off grid systems was supplied to a farm in Suffolk that had a new grain store but no affordable way to get a grid connection. The final price for connecting to the local grid was going to be £65k – which was much higher than their initial budget of £24k. The owners were also concerned that although their power demands were low initially, they had potential to increase to 17kWh per day, and the system needed to be able to adapt and manage that increase.

 

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