• Power Monitoring for all 2019 projects
  • Real time knowledge of your energy usage
  • Manage your power efficiently
  • Improve your carbon footprint
  • Reduce costs

Offering an effective power monitoring solution to our clients has been a key objective for us over the last few years. We understand that being able to produce reports on energy usage across all areas of an event site is a powerful tool in understanding your power requirements.

We have invested heavily in power monitoring equipment and the training of our engineers, and have been regularly installing this at several prestigious event sites since 2014, delivering detailed information about energy consumption for main stages, catering and attractions. This year we will be taking this one step further and providing power monitoring equipment to all the projects that we undertake in 2019, regardless of their size and scale. We will then produce a detailed report of energy usage which can be used to assist you in making informed decisions about your power requirements for subsequent events.

HOW WILL WE DELIVER ON OUR COMMITMENT?

We have recruited a full-time dedicated technician with an extensive knowledge of the event and temporary power market to lead our team and carry out our power monitoring service. They will travel to event sites and install our power monitoring equipment. Monitoring will be ‘live’ during the event and adjustments made where necessary. Once the event comes to an end, our team will take the data collected and produce a report that will provide you with a breakdown of your energy usage.

HOW WILL WE REDUCE YOUR COSTS AND ALLOW YOU TO BE MORE SUSTAINABLE?

The report that we will provide you with will deliver detailed information about your power consumption and fuel usage. Having real-time information will ensure that you have a much clearer picture of what is needed for future events. Power monitoring has proven to have a significant impact on an event’s carbon footprint; reducing fuel consumption and often the number and size of generators required onsite which in turn leads to cost efficiencies.