I received a fantastic opportunity this week to participate in BBC Mersyside's Tony Snell breakfast session. I was able to share experience of Clarke Energy's Knowsley-based operations. The invitation originated from Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, with BBC Merseyside seeking to understand more about what businesses do in the local area. I was able to discuss international business and gas engine technology.
Coincidentally the discussion previously revolved around the recent power outages in the UK and questions regarding national power grid stability. I was able to highlight just how gas-based peaking stations being designed in the Liverpool City Region can help support the stablity of the grid. This will become more and more important as the grid moves towards greater intermittent renewable power.
You can listen to a recording of the interview here with the discussions starting at 19.00 and 25.40 respectively.
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