Fulcrum wins £600,000 worth of STOR contracts

Fulcrum wins £600,000 worth of STOR contracts

Sheffield-based independent multi-utility infrastructure and services provider Fulcrum has secured £600,000 worth of contracts as it embarks on its first work in the Short Term Operating Reserve (STOR) market.

The first three projects, which have been commissioned by Kingsnorth Power, Wednesbury Power and Pen Y Fan Power, will provide improved infrastructure to gas-fired electricity generators.

The work will see Fulcrum compete with large network operators delivering infrastructure to STOR sites.

The sites convert gas into electricity in order to supply the national electricity network with reserve power during times of peak demand.

Martin Donnachie, chief executive of Fulcrum, said: “Our operating model has enabled us to successfully differentiate ourselves and build exceptionally strong relationships with customers, who recognise the extra efforts we make to deliver beyond expectation.

“This reputation and a large number of transferable skills and capabilities allow us to deliver an improved and more flexible offering to these STOR site owners.”



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