Company News

Energy Management LLP is pleased to announce it is now an approved member of the Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA). By joining the UK’s leading energy management industry association, Energy Management has underscored its commitment to assist organisations, designers

Energy Management recently exhibited at Optimus Education’s Effective Financial Management in Schools Conference in London and a number of different energy-related themes were consistently brought up by visitors to our stand. 1. A holistic approach is key Schools struggle to monitor their

Billy Pryke has become the latest addition to Energy Management’s rapidly expanding team. Billy, from Ipswich, has been appointed to the role of Senior Key Account Manager and joins Energy Management after eight years at Haven Power. He has considerable

Energy Management LLP has now successfully upgraded to ISO 9001:2015. ISO 9000 Standards provide guidance and tools for companies who want to ensure that their products and services consistently meet customer’s requirements and that quality is consistently improved. ISO typically

We’re pleased to be exhibiting at the Achieving Efficiencies in Schools and MATS Conference in London today, where we will be sharing information on how academic organisations can reduce their energy spend by utilising the services of a renowned energy

Energy Management is pleased to announce the launch of its brand-new company website, designed by local Wiltshire firm, 4D Digital, which coincides with our continued growth as a company. Our new website provides a clear message of who we are,

Forward planning essential for new or upgraded supplies as UK manufacturing hits a 30-year high. Britain’s factories are benefitting from an export boom as the weak pound and demand from the strong eurozone economies leave manufacturers with the biggest order

As everyone in education is all too painfully aware, frozen budgets and rising costs have conspired to put schools and academies under increased financial pressure and led to cost-cutting measures. In some cases, this has even led to a shorter