Northern Gas and Power (NGP) the leading energy procurement and management consultancy, will be attending a range of Exhibitions and Expos over the coming months to ensure businesses are aware of the benefits of energy management when it comes to achieving their Net Zero emissions targets.
The fast-growing energy and technology consultancy based on Gateshead waterfront in a new £2m+ flagship HQ, will be attending four major Expos throughout the rest of September, and during October and November this year, to engage with customers and prospects and emphasise the importance of setting clear Net-Zero carbon strategies.
NGP is part of Global Procurement Group – the international energy consultancy that spans three continents, with operations in France and Malta (Europe), Texas (US), and Chennai (India). Headcount has grown consistently, from one in 2013, to 40 in 2015, then 75 a year later, reaching 140 in 2017. Today the business comprises circa 750 heads.
First up this week (15th and 16th September) is the Care Home and Dementia Exhibition in Birmingham NEC. Tailored to the needs of the care home market there will be a host of businesses exploring new opportunities to run their operations more efficiently for their residents. NGP will be at stand F42 to meet clients and industry leaders.
NGP works with a range of care homes to help them identify the most beneficial energy deals as well as ways to conserve their energy consumption; therefore cutting costs and carbon and ensuring their budgets can be invested in their residents.
One such business is Fisher Group based in York. Their Director, Joshua Fisher said: “We’ve worked with NGP for two years now. Before that there was no one central point of contact.
“Now using NGP we go through an account manager who consolidates our services through a simple process. We can get indicative prices for what our energy costs are going to be for any new projects through their energy management system.”
On 28th October, NGP will attend the Great Northern Conference at Cutler’s Wharf in Sheffield, arranged by the Northern Powerhouse Partnership and JPI Media. In its third year, The Great Northern Conference will continue the debate on how best to grow the economy and build a greener, fairer, equal future for the North.
Bringing together key politicians, business leaders and media, NGP is sponsoring the Energy Session, and will be discussing how businesses can increase their energy efficiency and achieve their Net Zero goals.
Next is a two-day Expo over 10th and 11th November where the team will be at The Holiday Park & Resort Innovation Show – Europe’s largest event of this nature, dedicated to providing advice and industry knowledge to the most ambitious holiday park and resort owners and managers.
Finally, on 24th and 25th November, NGP is attending EMEX (The Net Zero & Energy Management Expo) at Excel London, sponsoring the Sustainability & Net Zero theatre and also exhibiting.
Politician and Energy and Net Zero advocate, Lord Rupert Redesdale, said “It is great to get the involvement of Northern Gas and Power again at EMEX this year. At EMEX 2019 their stand was one of the best attended with its impressive, interactive display of their energy management ClearVUE Systems that helps businesses spot energy inefficiencies and anomalies in real-time.
“Reducing energy consumption and carbon is key to us achieving Net Zero so it is apt that they are sponsoring the Sustainability and Net Zero theatre at EMEX 2021 too, in addition to exhibiting again.”
NGP is developing ground-breaking new technology (ClearVUE) to help businesses, large and small, reduce energy usage and costs. Real-time data allows NGP’s customers to accurately measure energy usage and proactively manage it, enabling them to cut cost and carbon, in the drive towards the UK Government’s 2050 Net Zero economy.
Dan Smith, NGP’s Director of Energy Services, said “We have an opportunity to totally transform how businesses use and manage energy, as we move towards a sustainable, Net-Zero economy. People want change – businesses tell us they want to become more eco-friendly. We need to drive that change through technology and we look forward to meeting businesses and explaining how we can help them.”