Pager Power Limited
|Founder 👔||Michael Watson|
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Pager Power Limited is a British consultancy based in Suffolk, United Kingdom. The company assesses issues with planning for property, wind, energy and solar PV all over the world.
The company was founded in 1997.
In August 2014, the company received a SCORE (Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy) funding for over £17,000.00.. This was to help improve the company’s inhouse software to meet the needs of developers of offshore wind.
In 2002, Pager Power resolved its first objection for a wind farm from Prestwick Airport .
Pager Power undertook consultancy work on the Black Law Wind Farm and Whitelee Wind Farm (the UK's largest onshore windfarm), both in central Scotland. Chairman Michael Watson, designed a radar mitigation solution which is used by the Whitelee site..
By 2013 the company had be involved in 24% of the wind turbines that were operational in the UK.
In 2015, Pager Power became a Future50 member .
In April 2016, Pager Power were part of the planning team and completed a TV Baseline Survey for Mulbury Homes’ site borded by Great Ancoats Street, Blossom Street and Henry Street in Ancoats in Manchester .
A technical analyst from Pager Power, Danny Scrivener, attended Smart Solar Ireland in April 2017 and gave a talk on ‘A guide to glint and glare planning issues’
By mid-2018, Pager Power had completed and delivered over 300 assessments for Glint and Glare worldwide as well as developing its own in-house software. A solar Glint and Glare guidance document is also available for stakeholders and developers which was put together by Pager Power.
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