Carlton Power and Stag Energy are set to merge operations as they look to focus on clean energy infrastructure projects that will support the transition to net zero – and plans include developing a portfolio of green hydrogen projects across the UK and a new carbon advisory board.
A move that will have strong emphasis on energy security, the merging of the two independent energy infrastructure developers will focus in the areas of energy storage and grid stability services that will help better a green future.
It has already been confirmed that the new carbon advisory board will be called Carlton Carbon.
On the announcement, Keith Clarke, founder of Carlton Power, said, “Our combined capabilities provide an unparalleled track record of successfully identifying, developing and delivering major infrastructure projects in the UK and Europe.
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