Capula, an Imtech company, will be exhibiting alongside EDF Energy at edie live 2019 in Birmingham next week. The exhibition will take place at the NEC on 21st and 22nd…
Capula’s OPUS Energy Management Application that uses the latest advanced IIoT technologies, is being deployed at Harrogate District Hospital by parent organisation and leading technical services provider Imtech, to facilitate…
Capula, an Imtech company, was announced the winner of the Energy Industries Council’s (EIC) Technology Award at its National Awards Dinner 2018 held in London on 11th October. The award…
Capula has recently supported charities active in the West Cumbrian region, where one of our regional offices is located to allow our engineers to focus on nuclear related projects.
Congratulations to intrepid employee Tracey Francis who has recently returned from completing the Bear Grylls Survival Challenge in Africa. The trip turned out to be an experience she will never forget and she exceeded her fundraising target by raising over £5,500 for the Midlands Air Ambulance charity.
Capula, part of the Imtech Group, has been awarded a multi-million pound contract from Drax Power to replace the control systems on three of their 660MW biomass fired power generating units. Drax Power station in North Yorkshire is one of the UK’s largest producers of renewable energy and Europe’s single largest decarbonisation project.
Capula Graduate Engineer, Glen Jones is one of three finalists in the ‘Engineering Graduate of the Year Award’ category organised by the National Skills Academy Nuclear (NSAN).
Capula’s Tracey Francis is about to set off on a Bear Grylls Survival Academy challenge in Zimbabwe to raise money for the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
Capula has appointed Mark Hill as Business Development Manager in its Operational Intelligence business, a business unit that focuses on helping clients leverage data captured from across their organisations to transform and enhance their operations.
Capula has been selected by National Grid to be a key supplier on their Substation Control System (SCS) upgrade framework. This strategic framework has been created by National Grid to cover the refurbishment and replacement of obsolete control systems.