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Squire Energy STOR Power Plants Projects in the UK

Gas is the ‘fuel of the future’ – read our blog on why here – and STOR (Short Term Operating Reserves) power plants are playing a big part in helping the UK transition to greener energy resources. STOR power plants are fuelled by gas, and are crucial in the UK’s energy infrastructure, providing energy to […]

In the Press – Energy World

We’re delighted to have featured in the April issue of Energy World. One of our Directors, Mark Halsey, offered an insight into a Squire Energy project – the installation of pipework for a Peak Power Plant in Selby. You can read the full article here.   We are on social media, find us on; Facebook, […]

Peak Power Plants Explained

Looking around 21st century Britain, it might be hard to believe that the UK is consuming less energy that it did 1998. Despite a widespread proliferation of electronic devices and a growing population, the total of amount of energy use has fallen by 17% in the last two decades*. Electricity usage specifically experience a 1.9% […]