Advanced Power Services expands into renewables

The company has recently updated and considerably expanded its website, www.advancedpowerservices.co.uk, with details of its EHV, HV and MV (extra high voltage, high voltage and medium voltage) cable jointing, termination and testing services and includes a catalogue of successful projects undertaken within each market sector.

Advanced Power Services has built its reputation with existing clients on executing electrical installations proficiently, meeting clients’ programs and keeping within budget with fast response times and an exceptional regard for safety. In order to ensure clients’ complete confidence, the company has been approved via Achilles Audits and holds accreditations with RISQS and the Utilities Vender Database (UVDB).

Most recently, Advanced Power Services has been awarded ISO9001:2008 Quality Management System Certification for the provision of its high voltage cable jointing, termination and testing services.

Founder and managing director Lee Burrell commented, ‘Our commitment to our customers, our exemplary safety record and our team’s “can do” attitude has led to increasing repeat business with our core clients. This now places us in a very strong position for growth and to maximise the opportunities within the industry.

‘We are passionate about the environmental sectors and we are members of Renewable UK. Our future plans include significant investment in training and bespoke electrical test equipment to keep us at the forefront of renewable energy technologies and allow us to offer a wider range of services to the solar market and both offshore and onshore wind farms.’

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