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.
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.
1 Oct 2019
Energy Assets Partners with Womens Utilities NetworkEnergy Assets is excited to announce that is has become a formal sponsor of the Womens Utilities Network (WUN), an organisation dedicated to encouraging greater industry diversity and better careers progression for women in the utilities sector.
Our partnership will bring a broader industry perspective, extend business and personal networks, provide inspiration for future career paths and enhance the existing supportive environment at Energy Assets.
24 Sep 2019
Energy Assets Networks Provides Valuable Training for ICP’sOn September 10th 2019 Energy Assets Networks held an all-day event in Leeds for G98 & G99 Policy training for Independent Connection Providers (ICPs) within the industry to update their knowledge. It also provided the 14 attendees an opportunity to ask experts any questions regarding new regulations and policies in real-time.
The G98 & G99 Policies cover technical engineering requirement policies including operations, network specific implementation and compliance.
19 Sep 2019
Energy Assets Powers Meter Installation Expertise at New Training CentreEnergy Assets has unveiled a state-of-the-art training centre at Darwen, Lancashire, to provide its 60-strong team of meter engineers with one of the energy industry’s most advanced learning environments.
The investment in the new centre provides engineers with access to every type of physical meter configuration they are likely to encounter in industrial and commercial buildings, along with a ‘classroom’ space featuring interactive touchscreen technology with self-guided ‘drag and drop’ capability.