National energy efficiency solutions company, Anesco, has announced it is partnering with Virtual Power Solutions to bring the latest in Smart Microgrid Solutions to its UK customer base.
Anesco works with homeowners, public and private sector organisations to reduce their carbon emissions. The company retains a strong focus on innovation and is committed to providing cost-effective ways for organisations to reduce their energy usage.
Virtual Power Solutions (VPS) has developed a unique energy management system that combines demand management with building automation technology. Through the use of proprietary technology, VPS is able to provide building owners/users with real-time visibility and control of their energy consumption. The technology creates a Smart Microgrid Solutions system, helping organisations reduce their utility costs and carbon footprint.
Adrian Pike, Anesco CEO, commented: “Virtual Power Solutions was formed with a view to provide customers with real-time visibility and control of their energy consumption. The company has achieved this by bringing together demand management and building automation technology – most importantly it has done so in a cost effective manner.”
He added: “We are always on the lookout for new innovations, technologies and methods of best practice to bring to our customer base. Through this partnership with Virtual Power Solutions we are further enhancing our services and the ‘whole building’ approach we take to energy efficiency.”
James Napier, CEO at Virtual Power Solutions, said: “We’re delighted to be working so closely with Anesco. The company is a leader in its field and shares our vision for driving towards a carbon zero future.
“Our mission is to provide energy consumers and their partners with the ability to see and control their energy consumption in real-time. Allowing them to minimise the consumption and carbon footprint of their buildings without compromising the day to day operations of these facilities.”
For more information visit www.vps.energy
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