Anyone visiting Cornwall has a huge choice of wonderful locations to visit. Cornwalls coastline is breathtaking, the quaint seaside villages with all their coves and beaches are just beautiful. One place that should be high up on the list is the unique Eden Project. Located in a reclaimed mining pit near St Blazey, and after two and half years of construction, the Eden Project was opened to the public in March 2001 and the public love The Eden Project with its many attractions, like having the world largest rain forest in captivity for example.

Of course, the magnificent project has to have an array of technology behind the scene and the sub stations spread around the project are backed up by battery systems which Batteries Unlimited are very proud to maintain for The Eden Project.

Kevin Bate, Senior Site Engineering Manager – “The Eden Project, an educational charity which connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future.

Our visitor destination in Cornwall, UK, is nestled in a huge crater with our massive Biomes, housing the largest rainforest in captivity with stunning plants & exhibitions.

Our site contains six 11KV substations which contain essential battery backed-up changeover systems.

These critical batteries are serviced and maintained by Batteries Unlimited.

We have worked with Batteries Unlimited for many years and they have provided us with a superb technical service.

We look forward to working with Batteries Unlimited in the future.”