Energy Assets Networks
We are one of Britain's fastest growing owners and operators of utility networks.
We partner with contractors, developers and housebuilders to optimise the value of their electricity, gas, water and fibre network assets.
Whether it’s gas, electricity, water or fibre, we’re ready to energise Britain’s utility networks.
We are at the forefront of innovation in the design, ownership and management of local energy networks.
Our Document Library contains vital technical and legal information that ensures networks are constructed to adoptable standards.
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Energy Assets Networks is the first name for final mile energy and utility network adoption, ownership and management. Whether it’s electricity, gas, water or ultra-fast fibre, EAN leads the way with a highly competitive and flexible asset adoption offer to a growing customer base.
We are Britain’s most innovative local network ownership business, providing a competitive asset value funding model through our status as an approved IGT and IDNO
Expert technical, legal and commercial support enabling efficient asset realisation, utilising digital systems that advance customer requirements every step of the way.
We consider every adoption case on its merits. Our flexible approach extends from residential housing developments and industrial and commercial schemes to ultra-fast fibre installations and low carbon assets such as EV charging infrastructure.
We offer a unified pathway to gas, electricity, and fibre network adoption, going the extra mile to deliver creative solutions to project challenges.
A proven partner for new network design, delivery and commissioning, including the application of market leading artificial intelligence systems to balance local grid supply with demand.
Enablers for Net Zero through a renewables asset focus, notably by playing a key asset funding role in the roll-out of Britain’s electric vehicle charging network.
Energy Assets Pipelines (EAP), a fast-growing Independent Gas Transporter, has appointed Steven McGill as Head of Pipelines to support our business expansion strategy. At EAP, we adopt, own and manage local gas distribution networks for new build housing schemes and […]
MFG, the market leading independent forecourt operator, has appointed Energy Assets Networks (EAN) as an infrastructure partner to support the rollout of its nationwide ultra-fast EV charging network. The company recently announced a £400 million investment that will see 3,000 […]
First of its kind Available 24/7, 365 Expedited services Security guaranteed Delivered by industry experts Gives you control Real-time updates instantly Energy Assets Networks (EAN) and Energy Assets Pipelines (EAP), an IDNO and IGT respectively, which are part of the […]
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