Service: HV/MV Services

Porterstown BESS, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby was appointed main contractor for Porterstown 30MW Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) project. Kirby delivered the packaged electrical substation design and supply, MV, LV and communication cabling and civil works associated with the supplied and free issue equipment. SCOPE OF WORK Kirby scope of works included the design and build of electrical …

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Kylemore Way BESS, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby was appointed as main contractor for Kylemore Way Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Station project. Kirby carried out the civil and electrical design, construction of the electrical balance of plant works (eBoP) and commissioning associated with the BESS. This included the design and build of the IPP Substation Compound, IPP Control Building …

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Kelwin 2, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby was awarded the EPC contract of a 26.6MWh battery storage project connected to the grid at 33kV voltage. Under the contract awarded Kirby responsibilities included the design, procurement, installation of the electrical balance of plant works (EBoP) including civil works, supply and install of electrical services including Packaged Electrical Substation and the …

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Dunbar Substation, SCOTLAND

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby was awarded the BoP contract to facilitate the substation extension of two new 132kV transformers and diversion of the 33kV cable system at Dunbar Substation. Works included the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of electrical services associated with the energisation of the transformers and plant equipment. SCOPE OF WORK Kirby were responsible …

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Currie Substation, Scotland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby were awarded the Balance of Plant works associated with the Currie Substation. The substation was deemed as requiring asset replacement in both the 275kV and 132kV substations. The 275kV Air Insulated Switchgear (AIS) substation was replaced with a 275kV AIS mesh type substation. The 132kV AIS substation was replaced with a 132kV …

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Strathaven, Scotland

Strathaven, Scotland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby were awarded the Electrical Balance of Plant (EBoP) to facilitate the replacement of the existing 275kV switchgear at Strathaven Substation. Works included demolition, civil works, electrical and mechanical works, OHL works, protection and control, telecommunications, switchgear and ancillary equipment. SCOPE OF WORK Kirby were responsible for the electrical scope of works. Primary …

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Grousemount Windfarm, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby were awarded the Electrical Balance of Plant (EBoP) works associated with the Grousemount Windfarm development which consisted of: Contestable EPC of Coomataggart 110/38kV substation, EPC of Grousemount 110 / 33kV IPP substation and EPC of the 33kV Windfarm radial system. Kirby carried out all civil (Substations only) and electrical work, including design, …

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Galway Wind Park, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Galway Wind Park is made up of four windfarms consisting of 58 turbines and connected to the 110kV transmission network; making it the largest windfarm in Ireland with the capacity to produce 174MW of electricity. Kirby carried out the Electrical Balance of Plant (EBoP) contract at Galway Wind Park. Kirby’s work scope included …

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Meenadreen Windfarm, Ireland

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Kirby was awarded civil and electrical balance of plant (BoP)/ gridline connection contract for the Meenadreen Windfarm electrical infrastructure including (Clogher 110kV substation, Ireland’s first contestable GIS turnkey station), Mulreavy 110kV AIS tail-fed station and Mulreavy 110/33kV 120 MVA IPP substation. Contestable Works: • Clogher 110kV indoor GIS station equipped with 8 bays …

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