Energy Assets’ Dual-Fuel Engineers Take to the Road

Energy Assets’ Dual-Fuel Engineers Take to the Road

These multi-skilled engineers are now on the road as part of a major expansion of the company’s direct labour force serving gas, electricity and water customers across the country.

David Sing speaks“Dual fuel capability is rare in the I&C field,” says David Sing, Managing Director at Energy Assets, “but the continued investment in our people is all about creating value for our customers by equipping engineers with the skills needed to streamline our multi-utility metering and data services offerings. Our engineers can cover gas and electricity installations/maintenance activities on the same visit, thereby improving operational efficiency.”

Energy Assets has grown its network of directly-employed engineers to more than 80 over the last year in line with its rapid expansion in I&C gas, electricity and water markets and are committed to continuing this expansion of field engineers to further support their market leading proposition.

“The other key benefit for all our energy suppliers and end-user customers is absolute certainty that when metering and data activities are undertaken by Energy Assets’ engineers, they can rest assured that every technician on site meets our rigorous compliance procedures in terms of quality, capability and competency,” says Mr Sing.


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