Distribution and Storage

As global economies transition to low/zero CO2 emission environments, renewable energy and power sources are becoming increasingly vital for energy needs and targets. However, renewable sources such as wind, solar and hydro power are variable and will pose increasing challenges in terms of grid stability and balancing supply with demand. Emerging technologies are quickly adapting to accommodate off-grid energy, and power storage and distribution for various sources. This is vital as we look for sustainable options to meet the world’s energy demands.

RSK has long recognised the importance of supporting such technologies and can provide services from project inception through to operation. We have vast experience in site origination, route appraisal or selection, and with liaising and negotiating with landowners. RSK has been actively involved in securing the necessary consents, licences and permits for such developments in addition to consultation support and completion of required environmental assessments. We provide support to developments involving renewable energy generation and lithium battery storage co-location, cryobattery energy storage providing generation capacity, constraint management and ancillary services, and demand-side response lithium battery storage.

RSK is also actively involved in the emerging hydrogen market in terms of storage, transport and manufacturing. The group and its subsidiaries are uniquely positioned to provide expert consultation and consent advice, and we have a significant network of contacts that enable us to liaise with all the different contributors to a project including offtakers, energy generators and landowners.

Project optimisation

Driven by a growing demand for low-carbon energy, our clients are primarily private sector developers that are trying to achieve commercial-scale deployment of their technologies. However, to do this, they need to find appropriate sites and gain the necessary consents and permits before operating. Uncertainty due to shifting central government support and policy can also affect available income streams and the commercial viability of our clients’ projects.

The pre-consent stage of developments, therefore, needs to be as cost-effective as possible. We recognise this and our experts can navigate complex and confusing regulations to ensure our clients’ projects are successful. We aim to minimise upfront costs and reduce the amount of work needed by advising on site selection and designing plans to maximise the chance for success. Ultimately, RSK takes an entrepreneurial approach to offer both technical and commercial solutions to optimise project and cost-efficiency.

We recognise that these emerging technologies need a collective passion for what they are trying to achieve. We view our clients’ projects as our own and provide supporting consultation to apply our skills, advice and experience pragmatically and proportionately for innovative solutions. Our staff consists of people with both consultancy and renewable energy developer experience, so we can offer a unique service that is reflective of the pressures (commercial, political, technical and environmental) that our clients contend with.

📢 RSK Group is delighted to announce that we are one of the sponsors of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s conference and charity dinner.

🤝 The Conference is an opportunity to gain insight into the heat pump installation industry, through a series of coordinated expert panel sessions, presentations, and networking opportunities.

💚 Geocore Site Investigations Ltd, Ground Heat, ZED and Carbon Zero Consulting will be attending this event.

We can’t wait to see you there!

📅 30th September 2022
📍 The Coniston Hotel Country Estate & Spa, Skipton

#Energy #Heating #GroundSourceHeatPumps #HeatPumps #Event #Conference #GroundHeat

📢 RSK Tanzania is proud to host NICOLA – CONNECT, organized by the Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Africa.

🤝 NICOLA – CONNECT provides a platform for social and technical interaction between members of NICOLA, and professionals interested in Contaminated Land or associated fields, in a casual setting.

📅 5th October 2022
📍 Golden Tulip Hotel, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

Kindly RSVP to hkimario@ rsk.co.uk ASAP to reserve your seat.
To call for enquiries, contact: +255 719 697 323

We look forward to seeing you there!

#Tanzania #Event #ContaminatedLand #Africa #Land #Environment #Environmental

🤝 Society is moving towards a more equitable and sustainable world.

🏙️ Our cities sit at the centre of this modern world: they grow and change as we do.

🤔 As we face unprecedented challenges today, how will our cities evolve to serve our needs in the future?

📌 RSK’s Cities of Tomorrow series explores the sustainable solutions available to us to create resilient and future-proof urban centres.

Stay tuned to find out more!

#Sustainability #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #Environment #Environmental #Sustainable

🚗 As we return to offices, how we commute to work will play an important role in our ambitions to achieve net zero targets.

🤝 Businesses play a crucial part in facilitating action towards these goals.

🚆 In this edition of our series Climate Realities, Ian Wickett, Senior Associate Director at RSK Transport Planning, tells us why everyday changes, supported by business, are of vital importance.

Read more in our bio!

#Transport #NetZero #Commute #Environment #Environmental #ClimateChange

📢 We are attending Wind Energy Hamburg 2022, the world’s leading wind industry gathering!

📌Get in touch if you’d like to discuss renewable energy solutions with our team of experts:

✔Mike Kelly, Renewable Energy Business Development Director
✔Michael Kerr, Regional Business Development Director
✔Peter Gettinby, Land Director
✔Sam Cranston, Director, Energy Infrastructure
✔Joe Farnell, Technical Sales Manager
✔Rob Baker, Technical Manager

Let’s decarbonise energy together 💚

We can’t wait to see you there!

#WindEnergyHamburg #WindEnergy #Renewables #RenewableEnergy #CleanEnergy #GreenEnergy