Case Study:  Power Testings Rapid Emergency Response “When Things Go Wrong!”

Client: Coca Cola 

(London Head Office), Hammersmith, London

What Happened?

Coca-Cola’s head office is based in Hammersmith in West London. The building’s electrical supplies are connected by mains cables fed by roof-mounted substations, which are housed in a fibreglass reinforced plastic (GRP) pod unit.

A fire brigade spokesman said the blaze began in an electrical sub-station on the 6th floor of the Coca-Cola building in Queen Caroline Street. About 25 fire officers were called to the scene to tackle the fire as flames could be seen coming out of the building's roof. The bus station and one of two Tube stations were closed as a precaution. It is believed that an electrical fault at the electrical intake position may have caused the fire.


EDF Energy (the supply authority) was initially called to isolate supplies after which they called in the Power Testing ‘out of hours’ response team to devise a solution to restore supplies.

What Power Testing Achieved?


What the customer thinks?

This is an excellent example of how the support from Power Testing Limited maintains our good reputation, and saved the customer money?