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EnergyElephant to Launch New Data Module at EMEX 2022

16 November 2022 | Updated 17 November 2022

EnergyElephant will be unveiling their new real-time data module at EMEX on Wednesday, 23 November.

Due to strong customer demand and requests from existing users, EnergyElephant can now help users across the UK track in real time their electricity, natural gas, water, renewables and other energy data sources.

Speaking before the launch, EnergyElephant CEO Joe Borza highlighted that "as organisations both large and small start on their first steps towards full decarbonisation, EnergyElephant follow our 4 Gets (because an Elephant never forgets) process to simplify and track their journey, quickly and cost-effectively. Billions of pounds will be invested into decarbonising businesses, the economy and society in general over the coming decade.  Without good quality, granular data, these investment decisions will be less likely to succeed, hence why we have invested heavily in R&D into this area to support our customers." 

EnergyElephant will be displaying their new real-time data module for the first time in the UK at the EMEX energy management event on the 23-24th November 2022 at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre in London, UK.  


Visit EnergyElephant at EMEX 2022 – Stand H28


EnergyElephant is an energy and sustainability platform used by organisations around the world to help automate creating, collecting, organising and analysing energy and carbon data across scope 1, 2 and 3.

Click here to register for your free ticket for EMEX 2022.

Picture: a graphic showing a piece of paper with a bar chart on it, a calculator can also be seen Image Credit: Pixabay

Article written by EnergyElephant | Published 16 November 2022


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