Energeo Add Software Developer to Growing Team


Coleshill, UK, 14th March 2018

Due to ongoing growth and recent success securing funding via DataPitch, Energeo have further expanded their growing team with the addition of a new Software Developer. Jamie Lindsay joins Energeo this month, and will focus on the development of the Software as a Service based ‘Energy Project Identification Platform’, including the integration of near-real time Low Voltage network data (available to Energeo via the Western Power Distribution ‘OpenLV’ programme), and integration of additional intelligence via Energeo’s recently extended Google Maps partnership.

Welcome Jamie!

Energeo Secure Product Development Funding


Coleshill, UK, 11th March 2019

Energeo have secured funding to develop a geospatially driven, Software as a Service (SaaS) based Energy Project Identification Platform. The platform will help stakeholders and developers determine the most appropriate renewable energy technology mix to meet climate change mitigation targets and understand the impact on our electricity infrastructure. The funding, from DataPitch, is part of a 6-month accelerator programme that will run to September 2019.

“This funding award will enable Energeo to build on our existing web based software solutions and create a truly valuable tool to help stakeholders reduce emissions, save energy and money, mitigate fuel poverty, build property retrofit programmes, and more” commented Energeo CEO, Ian Dee. “It also gives us the opportunity to add further skills in Software Development and GIS/Remote Sensing to the team, which we’ll be announcing in the next few weeks. In addition, this award shows yet again that our innovative approach to problem solving using geospatial data and technology is creating real world value”.

The project will also see Energeo further automate their data interrogation work-flows, and integrate near-real time data feeds from OpenLV. Energeo will work with Local Authority end-users to test the platform in a real world environment across a variety of regions through the UK. If you’d like to know more about the project, or are a Local Authority who would be interested in testing the platform, please contact Energeo on info@energeo.co.uk

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 732506

Energeo Selected to Showcase UK Energy Innovation in the US


Coleshill, UK, 18th February 2019

Energeo have been selected to visit the USA as part of a showcase of UK energy innovation. The fully funded visit, organised by the Global Business Innovation Programme as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund’s ‘Prospering from the Energy Revolution’ scheme, will see a small group of UK businesses offering innovative energy services visit Massachusetts in March.

The visit will allow Energeo to demonstrate their geospatially driven solutions for renewable energy, power infrastructure and electric vehicles direct to potential US customers, and experience the latest developments in the US sector through visits to selected research establishments. In addition, access to the AEE East Conference & Expo is included as part of the visit, providing the opportunity to network with a wide variety of potential clients, collaborators and investors.

The visit runs from 17th to 22nd March 2019.

Energeo Electric Vehicle Work Subject of UK Space Agency Case Study


Coleshill, UK, 4th February 2019

Energeo’s recent Electric Vehicle project in Bournemouth is the subject of a new UK Space Agency case study, which you can read here. The project, which leveraged the power of satellite imagery and machine learning to support Bournemouth Borough Council’s EV charging infrastructure implementation plans, was part of the UK Space Agency’s ‘Space for Smarter Government Programme’ (SSGP).

During the project Energeo successfully identified and measured features and assets across Bournemouth’s entire administrative area that influence on-street charge point implementation, including pavement and road geometries, street light column positioning, parking constraints and congestion, and private parking availability.

An Energeo case study on the work is also available - please email info@energeo.co.uk for a copy.

Energeo CEO Presents at UK Space Agency Event in London


Coleshill, UK, 4th February 2019

Energeo CEO, Ian Dee, last week presented at the UK Space Agency’s Space Applications Networking Event (#SANE19) at St Mary’s Church in London. The event brought together organisations involved in the UK Space Agency’s Space for Smarter Government and International Partnership programmes to discuss applications for satellite intelligence with the wider space community, including data providers, academics, Government bodies, and potential customers.

Ian presented on Energeo’s recent work in Bournemouth, where very high resolution satellite imagery has been utilised, alongside machine learning analytical techniques, to automatically identify and measure features and assets associated with the implementation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, such as pavement and road geometries, streetlight column positioning, parking constraints and congestion, and private driveway availability.

Energeo also exhibited at the event, and would like to extend our thanks to UK Space Agency for organising a fantastic conference, and to those who took the time to listen to Ian’s presentation or stop by the Energeo booth for a chat.

Energeo Expand Commercial Team with Experienced Appointments

Coleshill, UK - 29th January 2019

Energeo Ltd has expanded its commercial team with the addition of two experienced new members:

Mike Battersby

Mike joins Energeo as Chief Marketing Officer, and will focus on establishing our UK presence and expanding our international client base. Mike will also support CEO Ian Dee on overall Energeo strategy and wider business planning.

Mike is a Chartered Banker, Social Entrepreneur and experienced Company Director with a strong track record across renewable energy and low carbon technology, community energy and new energy market creation, and Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Dan Hughes

Dan joins Energeo as Business Development Manager, and will predominantly focus on managing the growth of our Big Data and Machine Learning driven sustainable mobility, transport and infrastructure services into the Private Sector.

Dan has over 20 years experience delivering innovative, geospatial solutions to the energy and power sectors, including across the Oil, Gas and Minerals industries. Dan also brings a wealth of knowledge on the wider applications of satellite imagery to the business.

Energeo CEO, Ian Dee, commented “Mike and Dan joining the Energeo team will provide us with a wealth of experience across key growth areas for the business in artificial intelligence, satellite technology and machine learning. In addition, their appointments reflect Energeo’s current positive trajectory, and our ambition to sustain momentum and remain at the forefront of the provision of geospatial intelligence to the low carbon sector. I can’t wait to start working with Mike and Dan, and want to extend a warm welcome to them from the Energeo team”.

Energeo to Present and Exhibit at UK Space Event


Coleshill, UK, 29th January 2019

Energeo will be attending the UK Space Agency Applications Networking Event in London this Wednesday (30th January). The event will bring together space application developers, investors and funding bodies, to grow new ideas, make connections and support the UK Space sector.

Energeo CEO, Ian Dee, will be presenting on leveraging the power of satellite imagery and machine learning to support the city scale roll out of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Ian will also be present on the Energeo stand in the exhibition section of the event .

If you’re attending and would like to speak to Ian about any of Energeo’s products or services, please email us on info@energeo.co.uk

Energeo to Lead Round Table Discussions at Worcestershire Energy Conference


Coleshill, UK, 22nd January 2019

Energeo Ltd will be attending the 2nd annual Business Energy and Innovation Conference in Worcester on 20th March 2019. Due to last years success, this year sees a joint conference with the Low Carbon Opportunity Programme (LoCOP). At the free-to-attend event businesses can hear from expert speakers, see some of the latest innovations and energy-efficient projects in action, and learn about available grants to help reduce carbon footprints and make financial savings.

Energeo will be exhibiting as part of the events technology marketplace, where we will showcase the latest geospatially driven products and services supporting sustainable technology adoption, from rooftop solar PV through to EV charging infrastructure. Energeo CEO, Ian Dee, will also be leading one of the events round table discussions, where delegates, exhibitors and industry experts will be able to share their experiences and knowledge on some of the key themes of the day.

Energeo CEO's Review of 2018 and Look Ahead to 2019

Energeo CEO, Ian Dee

Energeo CEO, Ian Dee

Coleshill, UK, 21st January 2019

Happy New Year!

Firstly, thank you to everyone who contributed to Energeo’s success in 2018. Be that as a colleague, partner or client, it is very much appreciated, and you have helped drive the business forward greatly over the last 12 months.

2018 was transformational . . .

2018 was a year of growth for Energeo in many ways. Our order intake grew significantly against 2017, we added to our Business Development team, and we have expanded our portfolio of sustainability focused products and services to include intelligence that supports Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure deployment and Low Voltage network management. Our reputation as a geospatial innovator continues to grow, which in-turn ensures our credibility and that interest in the solutions we offer grows too.

Our EV focused work has been a catalyst for much of this growth. The service started 2018 as one idea amongst many others discussed with Bournemouth Borough Council but, with support and funding from the UK Space Agency’s ‘Space for Smarter Government’ programme, continued end user support and direction from Bournemouth, and a fantastically innovative approach from the team, blossomed into something I’m not sure anyone involved truly anticipated!

Then UK Science Minister, Sam Gyimah, described the project as “demonstrating the potential of satellite technology to benefit life on earth with innovative solutions”, whilst intelligence specialists Compelo named the work as one of ‘5 key projects readying Britain for take-off’ in the International Space Sector.

The Energeo team attended and exhibited at several events throughout 2018. These included exhibiting at 3PPP’s fantastic ‘Low Carbon Scotland’ and ‘Low Carbon Britain’ shows, and Climate Change Solution’s brilliant ‘Making Places Last’ conference – our 3rd year running at each of these events. We also attended the Cenex ‘Low Carbon Vehicle’ conference, and ‘Fleet Live’. The potential partners, suppliers and customers we met at these events will be critical to continued growth in 2019.

In addition to the EV work, we also worked alongside SmartKlub and the Satellite Applications Catapult on a project – Easy Energy Engager - to assess the feasibility of creating on online brokering system for renewable energy technology, supported one of the UK’s largest housing associations retrofit programme by delivering solar PV and building heat loss intelligence, assessed the rooftop solar potential of over 250,000 buildings across Bournemouth, Barnsley, Newcastle, North Wales and the Scottish Borders, and added locational intelligence to over 60,000 Energy Performance Certificates to allow them to be easily visualised and interrogated.

What’s in store in 2019?

2019 has started very much as 2018 ended – busily! This year we’ll be continuing to develop our EV offering to support point-of-destination infrastructure implementation and grid impact analysis of charging infrastructure installation, amongst other things. Our clients also continue to come up with myriad new uses for the EV data, including facilitation of cycle and bus lane planning and streetlight upgrade programmes. Additionally, we can now deliver the data via a Software as a Service platform, which removes end user need to host and manage data, and provides an intuitive toolkit for data visualisation, contextualisation and interrogation.

We’re hoping to announce significant news on upcoming projects later in Q1, projects which span Public and Private sector and feature delivery of products and services from every part of our portfolio. Also, please keep an eye out for an update soon regarding further expansion to the Energeo team – something everyone involved is extremely excited about!

We’ll again be exhibiting at Low Carbon Scotland, Low Carbon Britain, and Making Places Last, and will also be part of the marketplace at this years Business Energy Efficiency/Low Carbon Opportunity event. In addition, we’re hoping to have a presence at this years Cenex LCV conference, and we’ll also be part of the UK Space Applications event in London this month. We’re really looking forward to meeting old friends, and making many new ones, throughout the year.

On a personal note, 2019 has started with the surprise news that NewSpace People have named me in their 2018/19 Global Ranking of the Top 200 movers and shakers in the space industry – a massive, albeit pleasant, surprise, and I’m honoured to be considered part of such a fantastic group of space innovators. This is a team effort, and this news reflects the hard work of the entire Energeo family.

Once again I’d like to extend my gratitude to the Energeo team, and all our partners, suppliers and customers, for making 2018 so special, and for making 2019 an even more exciting prospect!

Thank you for being part of Energeo’s journey, we look forward to growing with you in 2019.

Ian Dee

21st January 2019

Energeo CEO Named in Space Industry's Global Leaders List


Coleshill, UK, 16th January 2019

Energeo CEO Ian Dee has been included in the NewSpace People 2018/2019 Global Ranking of the top 200 movers and shakers in the global Space Industry. Ian commented: -

“It’s an honour - and a shock, in all honesty! - to be included in NewSpace People’s top 200 space industry ‘movers and shakers’ rankings. I believe this is a reflection of the hard work of the whole Energeo team, as we push to make geospatial data and technology a key part of the transition to a low carbon economy”.

Ian’s recent interview with NewSpace People can be read here.