12 Nov 2019
EAU (Scotland) Invests in Stirling Base as Springboard for GrowthEnergy Assets Utilities (EAU), one of Britain’s leading utility network construction companies, has invested in a new base in Scotland to support its expansion plans.
The company has moved from Alva to a modern facility on the Springkerse Industrial Estate in Stirling, providing much improved facilities for over 100 office staff and field-based operatives working for EAU (Scotland).
29 Oct 2019
Energy Assets Champions Safety In The Gas IndustryAt Energy Assets we are committed to protecting our people, customers and the environment. Safety is of paramount importance. On Thursday 24th October, employees from Energy Assets attended a gas safety event hosted by the IGEM Scottish Section.
The event, held in Glasgow at the Teledyne Gas Measurement Instrument (GMI) factory, saw gas industry experts from across Scotland, and even from the USA, come together for an innovative and hands-on tour filled with demonstrations surrounding the topic of gas detection and safety.
17 Oct 2019
Gemma Energises her Career by DesignFrom administration clerk to project coordinator and onto trainee gas network designer…Gemma Forrest’s career at Energy Assets is really taking off, thanks to her skill and determination - and the supportive culture of the company.
Gemma, based in Livingston, has just passed her second module on the road to achieving Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) accreditation and now has just two more stages to go to realise her ambition of becoming a qualified designer. She is currently working as a site co-ordinator for the gas design team and has certainly come a long way since she started with the company in an administrative role.
8 Oct 2019
Energy Assets Invests in People for Future SuccessEnergy Assets has announced a major investment in its apprenticeship programme – and plans for a graduate intake - to help meet its future skills requirements.
Britain’s leading independent metering, energy data and network services company will be doubling the number of apprentices it employs by the end of 2020 and aims to launch a new graduate training scheme in the next 12 months.