Fichtner has a wealth of in house electrical engineering services and capabilities which include:
Our team has extensive experience of managing the appraisal, due diligence, design, installation and testing of the electrical infrastructure in UK energy from waste, conventional power, renewable power, power storage, and process industry projects.
Fichtner’s areas of activity in power generation include both synchronous and asynchronous machines. For power transmission our team has extensive experience with Extra High Voltage (EHV), High Voltage (HV), Medium Voltage (MV), Low Voltage (LV), 3-phase AC, DC, switchgear networks and network operation, transmission lines, cable networks, distribution networks, HVDC, converters, filters and reactive power compensation. For auxiliary electrical equipment, Fichtner is experienced with transformers, EHV, HV, MV, LV switchgear, power factor correction, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), power and lighting installations, standby power systems and electrical drives.
Fichtner’s renewable energy expertise encompasses the on and off shore wind, solar PV, solar thermal, hydro and tidal sectors.
Fichtner has been actively involved in the development and support of a number of power sector projects in the UK, encompassing coal, gas and oil fired power technologies.
Fichtner has been actively involved with the development, financing, delivery, optimisation, and upgrade of every technology currently being utilised in the UK to recover energy and recyclable materials from solid waste.
Fichtner’s bioenergy team has been at the forefront of the expanding bioenergy sector in the UK. We have provided highly regarded consultancy support to projects utilising biomass to generate heat and power.
Fichtner’s industrial experience includes the provision of high added value services to prestigious clients engaged in the manufacture and distribution of Chemicals, Food and Beverages among others.
From project concept to operation, Fichtner provides a comprehensive range of electrical engineering services.