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Ensuring the availability of power, 24 hours a day


Monitoring output and performance and ensuring a swift response to operational issues is key to the instant availability of power.

Green Frog Genovate looks after 700 generators for Green Frog, and more than 450 for third parties. Their engineers remotely monitor every engine 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using our proprietary software. Faults are diagnosed, and often repaired, remotely.

With fully equipped service vehicles on the road 24 hours a day, they can be on site within hours of any issue. Their engineers arrive on site already aware of what has caused any problem, with the parts and equipment needed to make a repair.

Green Frog Genovate offers clients a full range of options, from a straightforward service contract, through to a comprehensive multi-generator/synchronised mains installation and facility management cover.

Key Facts

  • Over 1,150 generators maintained and supported
  • Remote diagnosis using proprietary software
  • Our engineers arrive on site with the parts and equipment they need to make a repair, meaning less downtime and delay.

Latest News

£100million raised to build new power stations

8th May 2018

Funding secured by Green Frog Power – from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, HSBC and NIBC Bank – will finance 11 new gas-fuelled sites to be built across the UK, from Plymouth to Newcastle. Once online, the power stations will help ensure the UK’s energy resilience, allowing renewable sources to contribute more power to the grid.


Zero injuries onsite in over 20,000 hours worked

6th February 2018

Our latest 20MW embedded gas plant, at Cattedown Business Park in Plymouth, was completed ahead of time, with zero injuries.

Working closely with Green Frog Connect, the project was completed to tight timescales after winning a capacity market obligation in National Grid’s Early Auction on 3rd February 2017, for delivery by October 2017. Located on a challenging site, the plant occupies a site previously utilised as a tip for building material and a quarry. Despite the tight timescales, the site was generating and available for export from mid-September, and is now available to respond to Capacity Market Warnings issued by National Grid.