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Lister Drive Greener Grid Park

United Kingdom / Other activities / Project

Located near the substation located off Carnegie Rd, this was consented by Liverpool City Council in 2020. The project will help increase the amount of renewable energy that can be delivered on the National Grid network.

National Grid have identified a need for some stability to the grid in the Liverpool area and there are limited places where these projects can be located. After a thorough search across wider Liverpool, this site was found to meet all the requirements; mainly due to being located near the existing substation, but with added factors of being located within an industrial setting.

Stability plan

This innovative project that will not only reduce the costs of generating more renewable electricity, but will also assist to deliver National Grid ESO's target of being able to operate a zero-carbon electricity system by 2025.

Construction is expected to start early 2021.

Register as a local supplier

We would like to hear from any businesses in the region of our projects who think they may be a suitable supplier.

We are interested in hearing from companies that usually supply construction sites, as well as off-site services such as lodgings, restaurants, catering and car hire. If you are not sure if this includes your business, just contact us.

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Read more about Keith Greener Grid Park, UK's ambitious renewable goals and the difference between "net zero" and "zero carbon" here:

Greener Grid Parks in UK

Our Greener Grid Parks are a collection of small buildings, usually located near substations, containing innovative technology designed to increase the amount of renewable energy transmitted through the national grid.