Enso Energy, one of the most experienced UK energy developers at the forefront of the power revolution, have today announced that their sister company Enso Utilities have achieved accreditation under the Lloyd’s Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) for work associated with the construction of new gas infrastructure. Enso Energy is focused on the development of fast response energy generation, storage and renewable projects that support National Grid, helping to balance the supply and demand of electricity in the UK.
Operated by Lloyd’s Register on behalf of the UK Gas Transporters, the GIRS Accreditation Mark is assigned to registered Utility Infrastructure Providers and represents the achievement of a high technical, quality and safety standards. By achieving GIRS accreditation, Enso Energy further expand their offering to the energy market, enabling them to offer a more complete turnkey service to clients.
Commenting on the successful award, Andrew King, Managing Director, said:
“Being able to operate under the National Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) as a utility infrastructure provider (UIP) for low and medium pressure gas connections shows our continued commitment to meeting our own and our clients’ needs. Expanding into utilities is a significant step in our plans to become the energy solutions provider of choice. It’s a big achievement for our team and recognises our commitment to quality, safety, performance and innovation.”