On-street EV Charging Project Secures Government Funding

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Coleshill, UK, 18th October 2018

A consortium featuring Energeo, Plymouth City Council, Duku, and Urban Electric, led by V2G EVSE, has been awarded funding by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) as part of Innovate UK’s “Electric Vehicle Charging for Public Spaces” call. The consortium’s project, Inconspicuous Smart On Street Charging (ISOSEC), will assess the feasibility of combining Urban Electric’s retractable charging posts with V2G EVSE’s standards-compliant V2X-ready smart charging station controller.

“It’s fantastic news that our team’s innovative approach to on-street Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure has been recognised by OLEV as having the potential to make a real difference to how people - especially in areas with a dearth of private or off-street parking - charge their EV’s now and in the future” commented Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. “For Energeo, this is an important next-step in the development of our geospatially driven Electric Vehicle infrastructure services, and will allow us to build on the successful work undertaken with Bournemouth Borough Council recently which was named as one of the 5 key projects in the UK Space sector right now”.

For ISOSEC, Energeo will utilise geospatial big data and machine learning to automatically identify and measure assets influencing on-street charge point installation in order to determine optimal install locations that consider; utilisation, access and safety, parking constraints or regulations, and potential to deliver grid services to District Network Operators.

For more information on ISOSEC please contact info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo Finalists in 'Big Data for Big Business' Competition

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Coleshill, UK, 9th October 2018

Energeo have been selected as one of 3 finalists in the European Space Agency’s Copernicus Masters ‘CGI Big Data for Big Business Challenge’. The challenge specifically looked for solutions with global potential that use Copernicus data to address real business problems. Winners will be announced in December.

“Reaching the final stages of the Copernicus Masters ‘CGI Big Data for Big Business Challenge’ is a fantastic achievement for Energeo” commented Energeo CEO, Ian Dee. “It is further confirmation that our innovative approach to problem solving, that leverages the power of geospatial technology and data, is having a positive impact and can help to accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy”.

Energeo’s proposition utilises Copernicus data, amongst other geospatial data sources, as a platform to enables users to automatically identify, aggregate and develop renewable energy and sustainability projects. For more information about the competition, or to learn more about Energeo’s products and services, contact us on info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo To Showcase Energy and EV Capabilities at Ordnance Survey Event

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Coleshill, UK, 3rd September 2018

Energeo will be showcasing their geospatially driven Energy and Electric Vehicle products and services at this year's Ordnance Survey Infrastructure Conference, held on 30th October in London. The event will focus on digital strategy, data management, data quality, and data processing, and will see presentations and discussion from organisations including UK Power Networks, Network Rail, and the Geospatial Commission.

"These events offer Ordnance Survey Partners, such as Energeo, a fantastic opportunity to showcase our solutions to organisations with a real desire to utilise geospatial technology and data to improve their operations" commented Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. "Additionally, the OS Partner network is an extremely collaborative environment, so as well as meeting potential new clients and customers the event presents a real chance to develop relationships with innovative suppliers and collaborators".

Energeo will exhibit at the event, and will be discussing their work analysing the impact of microgeneration on the power grid, as well as their recent Electric Vehicle project in Bournemouth, which was praised by UK Science Minister Sam Gyimah as demonstrating "the potential of satellite technology to benefit life on Earth with innovative solutions".

To pre-book a meeting with Energeo at the event, please email info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo's EV Work Named in UK Space Sectors '5 Key Projects'

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Coleshill, UK, 31st August 2018

Energeo's UK Space Agency 'Space for Smarter Government' programme funded electric vehicle project in Bournemouth has been named as one of '5 key projects readying Britain for take off' in the International Space Sector by media and intelligence specialists Compelo. The work being undertaken by Energeo has also been praised by UK Science Minister Sam Gyimah. The project, which utilises Very High Resolution satellite imagery and Machine Learning, is supporting Bournemouth Borough Council's ambitious EV charge point roll out plans and is described by Mr Gyimah as demonstrating "the potential of satellite technology to benefit life on Earth with innovative solutions".

"To have this project recognised by Mr Gyimah and Compelo as key to the growth of the UK space sector is fantastic, and everyone involved is rightly extremely proud" commented Ian Dee, CEO of Energeo Ltd. "The work being undertaken will not only help Bournemouth Borough Council ensure their residents and businesses have the necessary onward access to EV charging infrastructure, but will also facilitate access to Government grants to support on-and-off-street charge point installation and maintenance. The global nature of satellite imagery and geospatial big data will allow Energeo to roll this service out not just in the UK, but internationally too, further supporting the wider growth of the UK Space sector".

To discover more about the project and the work being undertaken in Bournemouth by Energeo Ltd, please email info@energeo.co.uk or get in touch via our 'Contact Us' page.

Energeo Deliver Solar Intelligence to Borough Council

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Coleshill, UK, 28th August 2018

Energeo Ltd have successfully completed a renewable energy study on behalf of Bournemouth Borough Council, assessing over 100,000 buildings for their solar potential. The study, which utilised a combination of geospatial Big Data, Open Data and automated analytics, also included attribution of Energy Performance Certificates to over 60,000 properties.

"We're extremely proud to have been asked to deliver such a rich, detailed suite of intelligence to Bournemouth Borough Council" said Ian Dee, CEO of Energeo Ltd. "This project not only showcases the automated data analysis techniques we're developing, but also the potential for geospatial data and technology to make a real difference in accelerating the transition to a low carbon technology".

Bournemouth Borough Council will utilise the GIS compatible outputs in a number of ways, including; emissions reduction planning, fuel poverty mitigation, energy cost reduction, infrastructure electrification, and Electric Vehicle charge point roll out in conjunction with Energeo's machine learning based pavement width and driveway analysis.

To learn more about Energeo's products and services email info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo Supporting Low Carbon Britain at London Event

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Coleshill, UK, 13th August 2018

Energeo Ltd will be supporting this years Low Carbon Britain event in London on November 8th. Low Carbon Britain is a unique conference that addresses Great Britain's current carbon reduction position, with talks from those leading and driving the policies and proposals. The conference will examine how public sector organisations - along with towns, villages and cities - can reduce their carbon emissions.

"We're absolutely delighted to be supporting Low Carbon Britain this year" said Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. "We've been involved in the event previously, including the sister conference in Scotland, and have always found the content relevant and fascinating, and the delegates and exhibitors to be extremely engaged in proactive carbon reduction."

Energeo will be their to showcase their range of geospatial Big Data solutions, including services to support the roll out of Electric Vehicle charge points, monitor urban on street parking, assess solar suitability and analyse building energy efficiency. Email info@energeo.co.uk to arrange to meet the Energeo team at the event.

Energeo to Demonstrate Geospatially Driven Energy Services at West Midlands Event

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Coleshill, UK, 20th June 2018

Energeo will showcase their geospatially driven big data products and services at this years ‘Making Places Last’ event in Birmingham. The event is the 4th in an annual series focusing on Sustainable Homes and Communities, and will present case study evidence that innovative products and solutions are available now to ensure we develop sustainable communities.

“Making Places Last is a fantastic event bringing together a cohort of organisations and individuals committed to building sustainable communities” said Energeo CEO, Ian Dee. “This will be Energeo’s 3rd successive attendance at what is always a great conference, and we’ll outlining how our energy focused products and services – driven by geospatial big data and analytics – can support the push towards meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals”.

Energeo will be exhibiting at the event, and will showcase a suit of renewable energy and sustainability focused products and services including; rooftop solar potential analysis, large scale solar/wind potential assessment, ASHP/GSHP suitability analysis, building heat loss measurement, EV charge point location identification, and geographically intelligent Energy Performance Certificates.

To learn more about Energeo products and services email info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo Unlocking Energy Opportunities with Google Maps

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Coleshill, UK, 20th June 2018

Energeo are utilising their Google Maps partnership to add accurate geospatial intelligence to a number of energy focused products and services, facilitating wide area identification and aggregation of renewable energy and sustainability projects to an individual property level.

“Our Google Maps partnership enables us to add extremely granular locational intelligence to our products and services, facilitating energy strategy and retrofit programme creation by our partners to an individual property level” commented Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. “This also enables easy integration of our outputs with existing datasets, and allows straight-forward ingestion into an organisation’s data management tools”.

In addition, Energeo are utilising the Google Maps APIs to create GIS compatible Energy Performance Certificates across England and Wales, and to facilitate web based data delivery via Software as a Service platforms, minimising end user need to host and manage large amounts of information or purchase third party software licenses.

To discover ore about Energeo’s products and services email info@energeo.co.uk

Geospatially Intelligent Energy Performance Certificates

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Coleshill, UK, 20th June 2018

Energeo are delighted to announce it can now provide clients with geospatially intelligent Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) data for England and Wales, covering both domestic and non-domestic properties. EPCs are required when a property is constructed, sold or let, and outline the current and potential energy performance of a property, and also suggest performance enhancing measures.

“The addition of geospatial intelligence to EPCs enables much greater analytical opportunities” commented Energeo CEO, Ian Dee. “by geocoding the EPCs we facilitate their integration into other geographic datasets and property management systems, and make deeper assessments possible via improved visualisation and contextualisation of the information. By providing our customers with these additional locational insights we can accelerate the wider adoption of renewable and sustainable energy technologies, and unlock retrofit opportunities across all property types and tenures”.

Energeo EPCs can be delivered in GIS compatible formats or as a database with locational intelligence included. EPCs are available as a standalone product, and as part of a wider suite of property data including solar potential, ASHP/GSHP potential, building roof and external wall heat loss levels, and external wall square meterage.

For more information on Energeo EPCs please email info@energeo.co.uk

New Social Housing Case Study Outlines Benefits of Geospatial Intelligence

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Coleshill, UK,  19th June 2018

Energeo have released a new case study outlining the benefits geospatially derived energy intelligence delivers to support the management of large property portfolios. The case study, which centres on recent work within Oxfordshire in collaboration with a major Housing Association, additionally highlights how location based insights can facilitate the creation of property retrofit strategies.

“The innovative exploitation of geospatial data can help owners or managers of large property portfolios in a number of ways” commented Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. “Energeo’s outputs enabled desk based, objective analysis of individual property energy efficiency and renewable energy potential, removing the initial need for costly, time consuming and intrusive site surveys. In addition, the intelligence enabled the Housing Association to audit the success of previous measures, plan ongoing retrofit programmes more effectively, and plug data gaps to improve portfolio knowledge”.

The data provided by Energeo included building roof and external wall heat loss, external wall area measurements, and solar PV potential. Intelligence was delivered in GIS compatible formats to facilitate integration with the Housing Association's existing property management system, and to enable cross-compatibility with other Sovereign departments.

For more information regarding Energeo products and services email info@enereo.co.uk