28 Sep 2023

Dunamis shortlisted for major solar and storage industry award

Dunamis is in the running for a prestigious industry award after it was announced it has been shortlisted for the Solar & Storage Live Awards 2023.

The Independent Connections Provider (ICP), which specialises in High Voltage (HV) gird connections and networks is among the nominees for the Network and Connections Award, which will be announced at an event in Birmingham in October.

Dunamis, which is part of Fulcrum Group, has been shortlisted for its achievements and innovative approach to supporting clients across the country energise their solar and storage projects.

It is one of only a small number of ICPs in the UK accredited on the LRQA NERS register with the ability to design and deliver electrical infrastructure projects up to 132kV, with a highly experienced team, which enables Dunamis to support projects in the most effective, flexible and innovative way possible.

Dunamis is also, uniquely, able to maximise the value of projects for its customers through its ability to utilise the HV electrical engineering services of its sister company, Maintech Power. This removes reliance on sub-contractors and utilises in-house relationships, which provides a more integrated, and cost-effective approach.

The Awards coincide with Solar & Storage Live, which is the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and takes place between 17th and 19th October at the Birmingham NEC. Dunamis is exhibiting at the event on stand G5.

Taking place on the first day of the exhibition, the awards are being held at VOX, Resorts World in the city and are being hosted by TV journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy, who is also taking part in the latest series of Strictly Come Dancing.

We’re very proud to be shortlisted for this award, which is testament to the hard work and engineering excellence of our team and the relationships we have with our clients in the sector. We are dedicated to supporting the transition to more sustainable energy production and our expertise has become integral to the establishment of a growing number of solar farm developments across the UK.

Stuart Weatherston, Divisional Director at Dunamis