Capula will be exhibiting alongside EDF Energy at EDIE Live 2018 next week. The event will take place at the NEC on 22nd and 23rd May and aims to connect energy and sustainability professionals with the information needed to make their businesses more sustainable.
Speakers from both businesses will be co-presenting in the Energy Efficiency Theatre on the topic Technological Innovations to Drive Down Energy Usage. The presentation will give an overview of the innovative PowerShift technology, EDF Energy and Capula’s collaboratively developed software and control solution for driving efficiency and cost savings.
“We’re pleased to be working alongside EDF Energy to develop new technologies that support low carbon solutions and use IOT technologies to drive down energy costs,” said Mark Hardy, Managing Director. “It’s all about helping our clients manage their assets and energy usage more efficiently, which in turn reduces costs and helps them attain their sustainability targets.”
“At EDF Energy we want to be at the forefront of decentralisation of energy, supporting the UK in our ambitions for decarbonisation. Utilising the flexibility of customers through Powershift is key to the future grid mix,” commented Chris Regan, Head of Business Development at EDF Energy’s Innovation hub, Bluelab.
Capula has been involved in many exciting low carbon projects, from supporting the biomass conversion of power stations, to implementing software monitoring solutions on remote Scottish highland wind farms. More recently the business’ OPUS technologies are being installed at the first of four government owned facilities to monitor and drive down energy usage, with carbon emission reductions estimated at around 90,000 tonnes over 25 years.
Join us on stands M10 and M14 next week where we will be showcasing our portfolio of solutions and demonstrating the possibilities of the latest technological innovations.