Our approach reduces initial surveying costs and accelerates the intelligence gathering process, meaning stakeholders can spend their time – and budget – on getting more low carbon technology installed faster, and delivering benefits to their citizens and business, and the environment.
We’ve grown year-on-year since we were founded in 2015, and our unique products and services are now helping customers across all corners of the UK, including Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Community Groups and Civil Engineers. We’re also data partners to two 3-year projects to improve energy efficiency across the South and East of England.
In 2019 we were named ‘Most Innovative Provider of Sustainable Energy Products and Services’ and ‘Leading Provider of EV Charging Infrastructure Solutions’ by SME News, and one of the ‘Top 20 disruptive SMEs transforming key Government services’ by PUBLIC.IO.
This means creating a UK wide database of low-carbon technology opportunities that stakeholders can access rapidly and reliably – and is updated regularly to reflect the ongoing changes across our urban areas.
We are aware of how complex data can be, so we want to make visualising, contextualising, and interrogating the intelligence we deliver as intuitive as possible. To do this we need to add critical functionality and robustness to our existing software platform.
The geospatial technologies we build our solutions upon give us the potential to create beneficial intelligence anywhere across the globe, but we need support to spread our message and open our network into other territories internationally.
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