Big data is about to transform the energy performance of the I&C sector, according to Stewart Love, Energy Assets’ newly-appointed Director of Strategic Development.
Stewart joins Energy Assets, the UK’s leading independent metering services provider, with expertise in energy infrastructure via National Grid and high level experience in the leisure and gaming sector…both of which equip him to address head-on the energy requirements of commercial organisations.
I truly believe we are entering an era which will redefine the way that energy managers utilise data to improve efficiency,” says Stewart.
“Energy managers have long been able to collect and analyse information through AMR and online tools – but what has been missing to date has been the ability to delve deeper into the fundamentals of energy consumption.
“All that is about to change through data systems that will take a much more forensic view of energy consumption. Using Energy Assets’ AMR-DNA technology, for example, we can now interrogate many thousands of records going back a number of years and see the ‘fingerprint’ evidence of where energy is being wasted. And, of course, once we pinpoint these areas, we can change human and automated behaviour to save energy…and in some instances, this could amount to many thousands of pounds, maybe millions for the I&C sector as a whole.”
In his new role, Stewart will be working closely with energy suppliers and end-users to enhance existing relationships and build new ones, supporting the roll-out of a portfolio of metering and control technologies across gas, electricity and water that will continue to elevate Energy Assets’ position as a leading innovator in the I&C energy market.
17 Jun 2019
Energy Assets Kicks-off Fundraising Match for CCLASPEmployees at Energy Assets in Livingston and Alva are teaming up for a special football match to raise money for a local charity dedicated to supporting children and families affected by cancer.
The goal for the event, which kicks off at the Indodrill Stadium, Alloa Athletic FC on Friday June 28 at 6.30pm, is to net more than £2,000 for Children with Cancer and Leukaemia Advice and Support for Parents (CCLASP). CCLASP provides free hospital transport, holidays, trips and a helping hand for the families of children in Scotland undergoing cancer treatment.
6 Jun 2019
Major fleet investment for Energy Assets UtilitiesEnergy Assets Utilities (EAU), one of Britain’s leading multi-utility network construction companies, is making a significant investment in a new fleet of low-emission vehicles.
The first 33 new vans to be replaced in the company’s commercial fleet of over 200 vehicles will be based at EAU’s Alva base in Scotland, and will be followed by a further 40 vehicles destined for operations in England and Wales. The investment will support utility network construction at residential and commercial developments across Britain and reflects a customer commitment to invest in technology that drives reliability and quality.
4 Jun 2019
Energy Assets’ local network operations power aheadEnergy Assets’ independent local network businesses are powering ahead, with more than 50,000 electricity and gas supply points taken into ownership or contracted since launch just over a year ago.
Energy Assets Networks (electricity) and Energy Assets Pipelines (gas) have grown their asset management portfolio rapidly thanks to partnerships with contractors, house builders and developers across Britain.
30 May 2019
Peaking Plants Generate Growth for Energy Assets UtilitiesEnergy Assets Utilities (EAU) is generating growth in the peaking plant market, recently working alongside project managers Stag Energy, and Keekle Power, to bring a 20MW gas peaking plant online near Southampton to help National Grid balance its power requirements.