NG Bailey enters energy advice market
Building services contractor NG Bailey has signed a deal with US company Elutions to launch its energy cost reduction service in the UK.
Elutions has developed technology that it claims helps companies reduce their energy usage. Branded as Rare Energy, it identifies a company’s energy usage across its existing assets, either in a single location or across the enterprise. It then produces a report detailing the energy being consumed, before analysing and altering the usage to optimise it.
NG Bailey chief executive David Hurcomb said: “Rare Energy is a risk free investment. This ground-breaking technology has the ability to reduce a company’s energy usage by as much as 30%. In fact, we are so confident about the offering, we guarantee that a customer will always see, at the very least, a pay back to their investment.”
Elutions chief operating officer Chris Voss added: “This is proven technology which has been adopted by many customers in the US and Europe. It is something we are very proud to now offer in the UK – through our partnership with NG Bailey and the Rare Energy solution. It’s exciting for us, for NG Bailey, but most of all for potential customers.”
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This article was published on 16 Oct 2012 (last updated on 17 Oct 2012).