Vattenfall IDNO, has won its first distribution network contract with Helvellyn Group, the alternative fuel manufacturer. Vattenfall will own and operate the network, at Helvellyn’s new plant in Leeds.
Frank Harris, CEO of Helvellyn Group, said:
“Producing 60,000 tons per year of alternative industrial fuel, that consistently mimics the handling and combustion characteristics of coal, requires a secure power supply. The Vattenfall team have impressed us with their can-do attitude and collaborative approach to problem solving. We look forward to forging a strong working relationship with Vattenfall as we a grow our business.”
Helvellyn’s innovative processing plant will see a new 11kV connection, with an import capacity of 5 mega volt amps. The design produced by Green Frog Connect will be adopted by Vattenfall Networks once the connection becomes live.
Stewart Dawson, the Managing Director of Vattenfall Networks, said:
“With decades of experience managing networks in Europe we believe our flexible, customer focused UK networks business can add value for our clients through the introduction of smart new technologies. Vattenfall is in the UK for the long term and intends to be a market innovator and leader. We are determined to help businesses operate free from fossil fuels within a generation.”