Celebrations are in order as TPS have won in the Losses Competition at the UK Energy Innovation Awards 2017.
Turbo Power Systems (TPS) supported by its partner, UK Power Networks, are delighted to announce that once again we are a winner at the annual Energy Innovation Centre Awards. Held at the Rum Warehouse, Titanic Hotel in Liverpool on 28th September 2017, TPS was awarded winner of the inaugural Scottish & Southern Energy sponsored “Losses” award. Another first for TPS!
Building on the success of winning the award for “Best Electricity Network Improvement” in 2015, our Soft Open Point converters were recognised this time around for the significant impact that they have on improving losses on the electricity distribution network. Presenting the award on behalf of Scottish & Southern Energy was managing director Stewart Reid.
On an evening to celebrate innovation hosted by Jason Bradbury, star of Channel 5’s Gadget Show, eleven awards were handed out to service and product providers to recognise their efforts as adding value to the UK utilities sector through applied innovation.
Nominated in the final category of the evening, TPS were proud to be announced winner of the losses award. Collecting the award were Engineering Manager for Smart Grid and Energy, Dr Fainan Hassan and Engineering & Business Development Director, Dr Nigel Jakeman. Responding to the success, Dr Jakeman said “It’s a real honour for TPS to be awarded winner of the first ever Losses Award”, continuing “EIC do a fantastic job supporting and recognising innovators in this sector, so to have them and the utility sector recognising the significance of our technology once again serves as real testament to the future importance of these converters in the electricity distribution network of the future”.
TPS would like to thank UK Power Networks for their support in winning this prestigious award.
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