Current Projects

Perdix works on behalf of international renewable energy companies, national grid operators, local land agents, as well as with reputable developers of energy transition projects.

Grid & substation extentions

The electricity grid stands as a cornerstone of modern society’s essential infrastructure. In our ever-evolving world, the demand for electrical energy continues to surge worldwide. Simultaneously, the shift towards sustainable energy sources has necessitated a profound transformation in the way we utilize the grid. This transition presents a monumental challenge.

Perdix has been actively supporting grid operators in their efforts. Our engagement spans a wide spectrum, encompassing critical aspects like spatial planning, permitting and comprehensive stakeholder management. We understand the complexities of this transition and work diligently to facilitate its successful implementation, ensuring that our grids are well-equipped for a more sustainable and energy-efficient future.

Energy Storage

Battery energy storage systems (BESS) are increasingly being utilised to optimise energy capacity. With intermittent renewable energy sources like solar and wind, the ability to store excess energy during peak production times for use during periods of low production is critical. This is where batteries come in, allowing energy to be stored and released on demand. By optimising the capacity of the battery, the amount of renewable energy that can be stored and utilised can be maximized, In addition, battery systems are vital to maintain the grid frequency by providing ancillary services. Doing so they facilitate phasing out more polluting sources of electrical energy generation.

Perdix can help in identifying locations, project management or negotiating terms with – or on behalf of – landowners. Additionally, Perdix can operate as a co-developer.

Solar Photovoltaic

Solar parks play an important role in the ongoing energy transition, as they provide a source of renewable energy that can be harnessed on a large scale. Unlike individual rooftop solar panels, solar parks are built on larger tracts of land, and thus generate much more electricity. They are generally connected to the national electrical grid, allowing excess energy to be sold to all consumers , from house holds to large utilities. The growth of solar parks has been driven by a combination of government incentives, falling solar panel costs, and increasing awareness of the need to transition away from fossil fuels. As renewable energy becomes increasingly competitive with traditional energy sources, solar parks are likely to continue to play a growing role in meeting our energy needs.

The Perdix team has been involved throughout their career in the development of multiple ground mounted solar portfolios with a combined capacity of roughly 1,2 GWp on behalf of reputable firms in the industry.