Stadium Power opens East of England R&D centre

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The Regional Design Centre (RDC), located at Norwich Research Park, a world leading location for research, innovation and business in the East of England, is connected to the University of East Anglia and is well positioned to facilitate leading Stadium’s technology developments in power management, wireless connectivity, green products and miniaturisation.

The R&D centre is focusing exclusively on designing, prototyping and testing of power products and will home the company’s engineering team who are relocating from the Diss-based manufacturing facility.

The Norwich RDC for Stadium Power represents the first stage in a development plan to establish regional R&D operations in selected global locations to drive and support the wider Stadium Group businesses with design-led customer focused integrated technologies.

Steve Applegate, Commercial Director for Stadium Power explained: “The launch of the RDC in Norwich is a very exciting move for Stadium Power. We are already an established provider of customised power solutions, working with our customers to design, develop and innovate. However the RDC reflects the next stage in the execution of our strategy boosting our technology roadmap providing the power technologies of today and tomorrow, whilst ensuring that our development focus is tightly aligned to our customer’s needs.”

“The RDC gives us access to a unique space for our engineers to flourish, in a location where we can attract and develop the best talent in our industry. We are in the process of a technical recruitment drive and our intentions are to develop Graduate schemes in electronics and power engineering, and we will work closely with the University on research programmes to support our development plans.”

The Norwich Research Park is a business community of research organisations with world-leading credentials and over forty science and technology based businesses. The Park, a partnership with the University of East Anglia, is home to over 12,000 people including 3,000 researchers with an annual research spend of more than £100 million.

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