Kyte Powertech are proud to have designed the transformer that powered the COP26 Conference in Glasgow, which ran from November 1 to 12.
COP stands for Conference of the Parties and COP26 was organised by the United Nations Climate Change Conference to bring governments from all over the world together to agree solutions, initiatives and targets to “accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change”.
The project was done in conjunction with SPEN – a distribution and transmission network operator that keeps electricity flowing to homes and businesses throughout parts of Scotland, Wales and the UK Merseyside.
Dr Gokhan Kalkan, Research and Development director at Kyte Powertech, said the team was delighted to deliver the transformer. “We are exceptionally proud of playing our part in reducing the carbon footprint and creating a sustainable future for future generations,” he told the Celt.
The expertise of the staff at KP played a major role in the delivering of this unit to the COP26 conference.
The team has an important goal and KP is determined to play its part in reversing the effects of climate change on our planet.
“We hope to achieve net zero carbon footprint in our products in collaboration with our partners, customers and suppliers whereby we develop solutions for future networks. These solutions started in development in 2018. Research and Development (R&D) is key to the sustainability and future of the planet and environment,” said Dr Kalkan.
Kyte Powertech will be attending Utility Week Live
Kyte Powertech are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at Utility Week Live 2022 on the 17th and 18th May. Utility Week Live is the UK’s only pan-utility exhibition and strives to reunite the UK’s utilities, to drive collaborative innovation, and support strategic, technical, and operational professionals in solving critical business challenges.
Utility Week Live will feature three dedicated workshop areas and five action-packed theatres with more than 100 incredible speakers from across the energy, water, and gas industries. The seminar theatres will host ‘challenge’ sessions, with practical, hands-on content to help visitors tackle challenges within the following themes.
Top engineering, technology and innovation companies from around the world will descend on Birmingham’s NEC arena on the 17th of May to develop strategic relationships with Irish companies and we are hopeful that this will lead to continued success for Kyte Powertech.
Meet us at All Energy Exhibition and Conference
Kyte Powertech are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at All Energy Exhibition & Conference 2022 on the 11th and 12th May. The All Energy and Conference aims at bringing together suppliers of renewable and low carbon energy solutions and policymakers to developers, investors, buyers and other professionals from around the world, facilitating business and knowledge exchange.
Over 600 speakers are taking part in the All-Energy and ‘Dcarbonise’ conference programmes and on hand in the academic poster area. We are excited to be a part of this and We aim to be inspiring, innovative and showcase our beacon of fresh ideas.