Energy Assets Group – COVID-19 second lockdown

Energy Assets Group – COVID-19 second lockdown

Our businesses within the Energy Assets Group are continuing to operate across Britain, applying strict COVID-Secure protocols in step with latest restrictions announced for each nation.

The professionalism of our people, and the safety procedures we have put in place, enable us to continue our work delivering vital utility construction, energy metering, data and utility network services. Our guiding principle remains ‘Safety First – Always Safety First’, for the Energy Assets team, our customers, our suppliers and the wider community.

For construction sites, Energy Assets Utilities’ operations will maintain adherence to the rigorous working practices developed and deployed for the return-to-work phase. Energy Assets Networks & Energy Assets Pipelines, our local network ownership businesses, will continue to provide essential electricity and gas network operations and connections, while our metering and data projects will be delivered in close consultation with customers.

Energy Assets will ensure compliance with all government regulations and, as always, safety for Energy Assets’ employees will remain paramount. Our default position remains that office-based staff should work from home – fully functioning and available to our customers and the community we serve for business continuity.

These remain challenging times for everyone, but thanks to our resilience planning and most notably the professionalism of our people, the vital support we provide to our customers, industry partners and some of Britain’s frontline services will continue. As always, we will review COVID-19 protocols on a continuous basis to ensure we maintain the safest possible working environment for all.

Thank you for your support.

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