Multi-Utility Services

Multi-Utility Services

Final Mile Multi-Utility Networks

We are authorised to own and manage final mile gas, electricity and fibre networks serving residential and commercial developments. Our ability to own, manage and operate this multi-utility local infrastructure is driven by the asset values we provide to our customers, our flexible adoption strategies and our expert support.

Who We Serve

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The networks we adopt and manage are usually directly connected to the major distribution networks. We take care of local network operations to ensure that utilities are delivered safely and reliably to end users.

Flexible Approach
We have built a portfolio comprising thousands of domestic connection points, but one of our key success factors has been our flexible approach to asset types. This ethos has driven success in the commercial arena, in areas such as EV charging infrastructure and large data centres.

We are also an Ofgem-accredited Meter Asset Manager, meaning we can supply SMETS2 smart gas meters and own, operate and manage them as assets. This adds an additional layer of service to our growing customer base.


In addition to providing asset values for networks, we have a team of in-house technical designers ready to work with contractors, housebuilders and developers to help guide best practice design and construction.

For further technical information, view our Developers Guide.

We also provide legal support to handle land rights, which can dramatically shorten utility network adoption timelines.

The result of this engagement is reduced downtime, lower costs and expedited delivery to meet the promised asset value.

Download our Legals Made Easy guide.

 


Project DINO

We are involved in a pilot project that aims to show how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to prevent local power network overload. This is critical given the projected rapid rise in demand for electricity.

Project DINO (Domestic Infrastructure and Network Optimisation) is a partnership between Evergreen Smart Power, Energy Assets Networks and Myenergi. It aims to demonstrate in a newbuild residential setting how AI can safeguard network integrity through two-way communication with household appliances. It is the first project of its type in the UK.

“There is growing realisation that local power networks may not be able to cope with the huge increase in demand for electricity as we transition to electric vehicles, battery storage/charging and air source heat pumps alongside traditional household appliances,” says Jayson Whitaker, Managing Director of Energy Assets Networks.

“The DINO project aims to demonstrate how a network-to-device AI interface can manage loads dynamically by enabling appliances to automatically dial down consumption at peak times to relieve network stress and safeguard power to homes. Without such a solution, the country would need to invest in a hugely costly network reinforcement programme to increase capacity.”


A proven track record

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Fibre connections

Power connections

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