AND Partners with Leading Multinational Energy and Solutions Providers
Innovators AND Technology Research are thrilled to announce their latest partnership with Centrica, one of the UK’s leading multinational energy and solution providers. AND have partnered with Centrica to pilot their latest innovation AEMS with their customers from the non-domestic sector.
AEMS is a brand new AI powered energy management system for SMEs that helps them to easily manage their energy usage and business operations. Consisting of an intuitive dashboard and mobile app, AEMS visualises energy consumption patterns and delivers personalised insights to highlight the role energy plays within the business.
The AEMS Rolls out Continues
The AEMS trial with Centrica is being carried out as part of the Non-Domestic Smart Energy Management Innovation Competition (NDSEMIC) funded by the UK government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and supported by the Carbon Trust.
Gemma Rippengale, Senior Executive at AND, says “We are very pleased to have Centrica on-board. They are one of the leading companies within the energy sector and we are excited by this new opportunity to pilot AEMS with them and discover the potential carbon saving impacts this will have on Centrica’s non-domestic customers.”
Centrica customers gain full access to the AEMS service
As part of the pilot, Centrica customers are given full access to the AEMS service including monthly energy reports, hints and tips, and complete use of the AEMS tool. Currently being piloted with their AMR customers, the trial will capture feedback on customer engagement with the product and ways in which value-add products can help improve the uptake of the smart meter roll-out.
Ben Lane, Commercial Delivery Manager at Centrica says, “We are really excited to work with AND to trial their energy management product with some of our non-domestic customers. We strongly believe that enabling business customers to better understand their energy usage is crucial to enabling decarbonisation, so supporting the NDSEMIC program is really important to us.“