Delivering the infrastructure of energy transition
The delivery of energy transition and the implementation of Net Zero practice requires a range of specialisms. Merchant Ports have a number of divisions each designed to complement and contribute to the overall delivery of each project.
Marchant Ports Ltd deliver the technology and infrastructure needed to support the green energy transition.
National and global infrastructure changes present local authorities, national governments and private industry with new challenges, but they also open up opportunities for investment and growth.
Merchant Ports are a company dedicated to delivering cutting-edge and seamless solutions within the green infrastructure sector.
We are a private sector partner working alongside the public sector to deliver green infrastructure projects.
We also work alongside private businesses whom require professional services and finance to help grow their concept or fund their project.
We assist companies to make the change towards a more sustainable and carbon free operating model.
Green Infrastructure Investment Partners
In a global marketplace countries must tread a fine line in tackling climate change with an eye on retaining competitiveness and performance of their existing main employment sectors.
To level up nationally it is vital infrastructure is connected, efficient, fast, fair and increasingly green .
Strategic investment in green infrastructure is key as it underpins the country's economy.
Tackling carbon emissions, moving to a hydrogen economy , rolling out electricifcation, improving transport, manufacturing, digital services, energy and utility networks are vital for jobs, businesses and economic growth.
Merchant Ports support national and regional strategic investment by partnering with the public sector to deliver green infrastructure projects.
We work together with public sector bodies to deliver private sector finance which can mean the difference between a strong ideal and a deliverable reality.
We support the public sector to deliver today on the promise of tomorrow.
Sharing global expertise
At Merchant Ports, we are passionate about creating inter-connectivity within and between countries to support the rapid delivery of the net-zero agenda.
We understand how important it is for skills, knowledge and technology to be shared globally in order to ensure that the green infrastructrue changes are evidence based, deliverable and can play a role in helping producers, agriculture, trades and the general public to level up.
We find, fund and deliver innovative solutions to make a real change for a regional or national economy's needs.
We offer a commercial solution to green infrastructure delivery, a wrap around service to make the transition to green infrastructure as seamless and as simple as possible .
Systems Integration & Private Networks
Private networks allow businesses and public sector customers to realise the true potential that IOT and Industry 4.0 can offer.
Whether indoor or outdoor, dedicated, high-speed, high-capacity, low-latency connectivity or long range low power network gateways allow your connected things to operate to their maximum.
Welcome to the internet of everything where we support you to build smart buildings, create smart cities, monitor, track and automate.
We are the internet of everything where everyday objects are employed to provide data and insights that empower organisations to make intelligent decisions.
Our Charging division specialise in assisting developers, businesses and homeowners to implement charging solutions.
From system design to network connection, we assist developers, business owners or fleet managers to ensure there is the appropriate infrastructure to help you meet your carbon reduction targets.
We find cost-effective solutions and work with partners to generate new revenue streams.
For fleets operators your vehicles can start and end their trip at the same point – our multi-fuel Power Ports. For larger fleet operators we can install a Power Port at your location.
Our Power Ports leverage the power of multi-fuel. From electricity to hydrogen or bio-gas we offer a choice of fuel solution to our customers. Power Ports aren't constrained by location .
Our specialist Power Port architecture means that we can be more flexible on location and site requirements. Our design can also minimise the capital infrastructure costs. Using our multi-user sites we can share costs between users and centralise resources to keep costs minimal.
MP - H2 Power
From planning and feasibility to the implementation of of Hydrogen Infrastructure Projects. Merchant Ports are on hand to provide specialist skills and services .
Hydrogen may offer a solution to decarbonise a range of sectors – including long-haul transport, chemicals and iron and steel – where it is currently difficult to meaningfully reduce emissions.
The technology already exists to enable hydrogen to be produced, stored and moved. A wide variety of fuels are able to produce hydrogen, including renewables, nuclear, natural gas, coal and oil. It can be transported as a gas by pipelines or in liquid form by ships, much like liquefied natural gas (LNG). It can be transformed into electricity and methane to power homes and feed industry, and into fuels for cars, trucks, ships and planes.
Global Reach, local expertise
Merseyside, Teeside, Humberside , South Wales, Southampton and Grangemouth plus freeports @ Liverpool, Birmingham & Hull/Humber
Merchant Ports are strategically located in the North West of England with quick access to a number of the largest industrial clusters. We take a truly pioneering approach of working nationwide to deliver strategic growth on projects that will support net-zero targets across the largest UK cluster locations .
Perth - Western Australia
Our network extends to one of the key Green Hydrogen global hot-spots. Western Australia is soon to be one of the key locations for the delivery of affordable green hydrogen.
The state is dominated by its resources and services sector and largely driven by the export of iron-ore,gold, liquified natural gas and agricultural commodities such as wheat. Covering an area of 2.5 million km2, the state is Australia's largest, accounting for almost one-third of the continent
Our network in India are posed to welcome foreign investment into the emerging low carbon economy of this key high growth industrial nation.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) is India’s largest container handling port in India. JNPT is located east of Mumbai in Navi Mumbai’s Raigad district.
The port’s hinterland connectivity by rail and road will soon be strengthened by ongoing projects, such as the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), the Multi-Modal Logistics Park (MMLP), and widening port-to-road connectivity. Upon completion, DFC will increase the existing train capacity of 27 to 100 trains per day.
JNPT is connected to 34 container freight stations (CFS) and 47 inland container depots (ICDs) across the country.
JNPT accounts for more than half of India’s total container volume handled at 12 public ports and around 40 percent of the country’s overall containerized ocean trade.
Mauritius has fostered ties with several countries across the continent in the areas of trade and investment. Mauritius avails from trade agreements such as the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), the Interim Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union (iEPA), Mauritius-Pakistan Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA), Mauritius-Turkey Free Trade Agreement (FTA), Indian ocean Commission (IOC), Generalised System of Preferences (GSP), and other associations, therefore allowing preferential access to goods that satisfy the origin criteria to a market of over 800 million consumers.
Currently, Poland has 14 special economic zones that cover 25,000 hectares, or 0.08 percent of the country's territory.
For over two decades, Special Economic Zones have contributed to the rebuilding of the industry in many regions of Poland. Now their effects reach further. The Polish Investment Zone was established to enable entrepreneurs to develop their business on preferential terms, not only in the SEZ. The aims of the IDA is to stimulate growth by offering Polish companies instruments supporting innovation, such as grants within the Open Innovation Network, supporting technology transfer to companies from the SME sector.