Energy Assets – 15 Years Old Today

Energy Assets – 15 Years Old Today

Energy Assets reaches a significant milestone today (April 7th) – the 15th anniversary of our formation.

During these unprecedented times when we all face significant challenges, we are taking a moment to pause and mark the day.

Circumstances mean we can’t yet celebrate this milestone as we had planned, but what we can do is send a huge thank you to our people, our customers and our partners, who have contributed so much to our journey.

In particular, the skill and commitment of our employees has enabled our business to grow from a meter asset manager into one of Britain’s most dynamic independent businesses in the energy sector, metering and data services, providing utility construction, final mile network ownership and energy data consumption analytics.

We are especially proud of the way our people have responded to the changes made to working practices as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our special thanks go to those providing the emergency support needed to safeguard the energy supply to public services and infrastructure, including hospitals, and to protect our most vulnerable citizens.

We know times are difficult for everyone at the moment, but this milestone is a reminder that great things can happen when we all work together.

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