Enspec has an in-depth understanding of the feasibility study requirements, application and supporting process for the Stability Pathfinder Phase 3 tender participants looking to join National Grid's supplier list.
We can assist our clients with any aspect along the way, from completing the required feasibility study to consultancy and support if for whatever reason your application is considered not feasible.
Make sure you're working with a qualified and price-competitive feasibility study provider.
Why choose Enspec Power as your feasibility study supplier?
Enspec Power is a collective of power quality and UK grid code compliance experts. We have extensive consulting and study experience, and have helped various clients with consulting and feasibility studies for both NOA Phases 1 and 2.
We're a trusted power quality partner
Enspec works across a variety of sectors – Wind, Solar, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing and Heavy Industry. We have worked closely with a number of high-profile clients such as EDF Renewables, Banks Group, Vestas Wind Systems, BP, Scottish Power and more.
Testimonial from Grant Mollison, Assistant Project Manager at Banks Groups
“Banks Renewables worked with the ENSPEC team as part of the NGESO Stability Pathfinder Phase 2 Tender where they provided support throughout the Feasibility Study stage. This stage of the process required ENSPEC to create and then review a detailed electrical model of an operational synchronous condenser and how this would interact with the existing wind farm and substation infrastructure. This helped ensure that the solution being developed provided a significant benefit to the electrical grid by quantifying the value of short circuit level contribution, and inertia at multiple points on the Scottish transmission network. Throughout this process, ENSPEC were very thorough and knowledgeable when queried on any of the technical aspects associated with the model itself or on the wider system. Questions or points raised had answers provided quickly and correctly, and the quality of the final report provided was confirmed by the NGESO review where no issues were encountered from any of the simulations. Special thanks to Tim and Kerim who supported us throughout Phase 2 of the Stability Pathfinder Tender.”