shentongroup has completed yet another seamless generator installation, this time in Portsmouth within a stones-throw of the most spectacular HMS Victory; Horatio Nelson’s 104-gun flagship from the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar.
I’ve now completed the project to upgrade the datacentre UPS/generator and handed over…
…I should like to thank you and all of your colleagues for your hard work in helping us achieve a great result.
Selected each month by their colleagues, shentongroup’s Colleague of the Month title goes to the worker who went that extra mile to ensure that their colleagues had the support they needed and clients received service deemed second-to-none.
I just wanted to send an email with the feedback from attendees for the Combined Heat & Power CPD yesterday.
Staff have said it was an excellent example of what a CPD session should be (by all accounts they have had some rather poor one’s in the past) and they asked me to feed this back to you and the presenters. Many thanks for the informative session :-)
Good afternoon Terry,
I just wanted to pay you an email to give out thanks for the work yourself and Shenton have done with regards to Saturday’s UPS install here at ***********.
The Saturday works went ahead as planned and on schedule at 7am our side and by 8am Dan, Callum & Vic had the previous system powered down and were well on their way to physically removing the system from site.
We ourselves were onsite until 10:30pm to remediate some IT issues but in terms of the install, planning and logistics we were completed for 18:00. Again I’d like to thank yourself, Ken and the chaps for a smooth delivery.
With the NHS reportedly saving more than £300 million in energy costs across just 14 hospitals as a result of implementing efficiency and sustainable measures, the same hospitals have also saved more than one million tonnes of carbon. Read more »
If you’re a Combined Heat and Power specifier, Specification Online recently detailed how CHP needs to be a key consideration for energy ministers looking to fulfil the aims set out in the Government’s ‘Building our Industrial Strategy’ green paper. Read more »
Brilliant Stuff Stephanie and you are welcome, I must say you guys have always helped us in a crisis and that counts for a lot…
…As usual let me known when you have a team ready for the Hawkeye installation.
Amongst some 500 industry-leading suppliers demonstrating solutions for data centre clients, shentongroup‘s Stand A45 firmly reinforced the company’s reputation as being The UK’s Leading Technical Experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat and Power Systems.
Data Centre World 2017 kicks off today with the shentongroup team performing well throughout the first half. Read more »
We’re pretty sure they’re not just in it for the champagne, but we certainly do have an copious supply of talent when it comes to quality staff who qualify for shentongroup’s Colleague of the Month. Read more »
You have to earn your title if you want to be referred to as The UK’s Leading Technical Experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems. Read more »
As large building development projects continue to flourish, Andover-based shentongroup is striving to highlight the relevancy and importance of ensuring generator cabling that supplies life-safety and fire-fighting applications adheres to the BS 8519 code of practice.
It’s not long now until Data Centre World 2017 ‘kick’s off’ at London’s Excel. Read more »
The Guardian joins an array of press and media reporting how offshore wind farms could provide cheaper power than Britain’s new wave of nuclear power stations. Read more »
If you’re wise enough to be one of the circa 18,500 people attending this year’s Data Centre World, be sure to head over to Stand A45 at London’s Excel to speak to a member of the shentongroup team. Read more »
Colleague of the Month The months certainly come around fast, don’t they? Once again, drawing on our increasingly rich pool of talent, we’re able to select our Colleague of the Month here at shentongroup. Read more »
Both domestic and commercial lettings in England and Wales will need to conform to a Minimum Energy Performance Standard, as of April 1st next year.
National Grid is confident that, despite the UK voting to leave the EU, the business case for building links between Britain and it’s EU neighbours remains good, as reported by Reuters. Read more »
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Data Centre World – shentongroup Protecting Data Companies Against Power Failure