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HALO is an imaginative, innovative and inspirational regeneration initiative to revitalise Urban Cities and Towns of the UK. A first for Scotland is HALO Kilmarnock at the heart of the town centre.
The HALO project will support the growth and resilience of the Ayrshire economy. HALO will create a dynamic commercial, educational, cultural, leisure and lifestyle quarter of the town, fuelled by renewable energy, where people can live, work, learn and play.
The 28-acre urban park, formerly the home of Johnnie Walker, the world's leading Scotch whisky, will generate £205 million in GDP and stimulate 1500 jobs.
HALO Kilmarnock is a development company formed by Macklin Enterprise Partnerships and The Klin Group, bringing together a highly experienced property development team with the skills, resources and capacity to deliver unique regeneration projects.
The focal point of HALO will be an Enterprise and Innovation Hub created to stimulate digital learning, inspire innovative thinking and provide a conducive environment for spin-out, new-start, scale-ups, digital, manufacturing and cyber businesses.
Part of the Halo project tasked the electrical contractor with providing renewable solutions to help power this energy-heavy project. Halo has a zero-carbon vision for all its projects. The HALO will provide a sustainable community approach to a net-zero carbon mixed-use development providing jobs, economic growth, skills development, access to employment opportunities, clean energy and housing.
Immersa analysed the information provided to specify the best solution for the project budget.
Immersa supplied a containerised battery solution. An Alpha ESS Storion T50 / 154 kWh with 1.00 S 27 x M48112-s 5.73 kWh (C1) battery. We worked with the electrical contractor to allow the main building to increase the amount of self-generated Solar PV energy consumed on-site rather than exported to the grid.
PROJECT VALUE: £80,000