Energy Assets is one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing independent metering business, helping Britain’s private and public sectors to improve their energy efficiency through ground-breaking technologies, real-time data and innovative customer-focused processes.
Read the articles below to gain more insight into the industry from our expert employees.
11 Jan 2021
Together, we can build a better futureThese remain challenging times for everyone in construction, but thanks to the vaccination programme roll-out there is some cause for optimism that 2021 will eventually see a bounce in the economy and a return to more normal operations for housebuilders and industrial and commercial developers.
9 Dec 2020
Scenario planning for energy managers in the new ‘abnormal’As the nations of the United Kingdom enter differing forms of lockdown in response to COVID-19, energy managers are facing the challenge of optimising their building portfolio efficiency and procurement strategies without knowing what the future holds.
Increasingly, real estate professionals are turning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced metering technologies to use historical data as a means of predicting the future by mapping multiple energy consumption scenarios that reflect the shifting sands of the new ‘abnormal’.
16 Nov 2020
Energy Assets – Celebrating 15 Years of Energy Industry InnovationBy Colin Lynch, Energy Assets Group Chief Executive Officer
“I think we can all agree that 2020 has been very tough year for everyone.
So when Energy Assets reached its 15th anniversary in April, circumstances dictated we were unable to celebrate as we had planned.
We do still intend marking this significant milestone in due course but for now I’d like to pay tribute to my colleagues within the Energy Assets family who have shown remarkable professionalism and fortitude in navigating the evolving working environment brought about by the pandemic."
28 Oct 2020
15 Questions for 15 yearsIt hasn’t been the 15th anniversary year that Energy Assets Group expected, but as Chief Executive Officer Colin Lynch explains, while the celebrations may have been put on hold, we have remained focused on driving the business forward.
We have attracted new investors, proven the resilience of our business model, delivered on customer requirements, helped support national infrastructure during the pandemic, continued to grow our project pipeline and galvanised our people to build back better.