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Energy Assets Launches Net-Zero Business

Energy Assets Launches Net-Zero Business
28 March 2023

Energy services company Energy Assets has launched “EA Net Zero” to help their customers adopt low-carbon technologies.

Specialising in the industrial and commercial sectors, EA Net Zero will introduce flexible EV charge point offers, machine learning energy efficiency software, and a specialist network connections service to its clients.

“EA Net Zero builds on a nearly two-decade-long partnership between Energy Assets and energy suppliers, property developers and thousands of I&C end users,” said Stewart Love, Managing Director of EA Net Zero.

“Today, we’re enhancing our metering, data analytics, network ownership and utility construction services with a new low carbon hardware, software and connections portfolio capable of moving the I&C sustainability needle towards net zero.”

The proposition includes a mix of AC and DC EV charge points from 7kW to ultra-fast 360kW, available with no up-front capital expenditure, with design, installation, maintenance, dashboard reporting and revenue generation options.

In addition to EV charge points, EA Net Zero will be driving uptake of AMR DNA – a proven machine learning software suite widely in use in Britain to reduce energy waste and cut carbon footprint in buildings. This AI-informed technology progressively learns what best energy performance looks like.

“Demand for low carbon technologies will increase significantly in the next decade,” continued Stuart. “As EVs supplant new petrol and diesel cars, as organisations look to reduce their real estate carbon output, and as I&C networks increasingly integrate renewables generation.

“We certainly know that EV charge point infrastructure needs to accelerate, as evidenced by new and recent government funding for local authority schemes and regular research conducted by SMMT. This direction of travel, along with Energy Assets’ established foothold in Britain’s energy services marketplace, positions EA Net Zero strongly as an I&C partner capable of delivering sustainable technologies at scale and at pace.” 

Picture: a photograph of Stewart Love. Image Credit: Energy Assets

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 28 March 2023


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