13 Aug 2020
Libby White, SHEQ Assistant- International Youth Day Special!In light of International Youth Day, on the 12th of August, we wanted to take the opportunity to shine a spotlight on one of the many successful young employees within the Energy Assets Group.
Please meet Libby White, SHEQ Assistant within the Energy Assets Utilities Compliance Department. Libby joined our Compliance Department in 2018 and has worked hard to support Compliance locally in Birstall as well as supporting the wider Group.
12 Aug 2020
Learning the Lessons of Lockdown with the WUNThe Womens Utilities Network (WUN) will be unpicking ‘Lockdown Learnings’ during a special virtual event supported by Energy Assets.
As easedown replaces lockdown, the online session on August 26 - Lockdown Learnings, Legal issues & Legacy - will look at how the dust is settling in the utilities industry and what the ‘new reality’ will look like?
The WUN, which focuses on developing and encouraging women in the utilities sector, has put together an impressive line-up of speakers looking at the immediate and longer-term impact of COVID-19.
15 Jul 2020
Energy Assets Group Plans for Accelerated Long-term GrowthEnergy Assets Group, one of Britain’s leading independent metering services and utility network construction and ownership businesses, is planning for accelerated long-term growth as it begins a phased return to operations across the country.
The success of the company’s business model recently led to our acquisition by Asterion Industrial Partners, EDF Invest and Swiss Life fund, a move welcomed by Energy Assets Group Chief Executive Colin Lynch as a springboard for expansion.
6 Jul 2020
Metering, Monitoring and Data - the measure of sustainabilityOne of the recurring themes in plans for recovery from the coronavirus pandemic has been a determination in government circles to invest in a greener, more sustainable future.
We are all only too aware of the tragic human cost and economic turmoil wreaked by the crisis, but one unexpected consequence of the new way of working has been lower carbon emissions. The government, in the words of the Prime Minister, is looking to ‘entrench those gains’ through the recovery phase on the road to net-zero emissions.