Pete Robinson to head up AnescoMeter
Anesco has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of Pete Robinson, who joins to head up the firm’s pioneering AnescoMeter service.
Reading-based Anesco works with local authorities, businesses and homeowners looking to reduce their carbon emissions. The company provides organisations with a comprehensive energy service, from audits through to recommendations, installations and capital funding plans. The firm is on target to hit £100 million turnover in 2014, as demand for its services continue to rise.
The firm’s AnescoMeter service is an industry first, offering a bespoke microgeneration maintenance package for organisations and homeowners. The service provides remote, real time monitoring of the condition and output of green energy schemes. This ensures the performance of the equipment is optimised and individuals, organisations and funders receive the maximum return on their capital outlay, which is critical.
The service also covers field engineers who are employed by Anesco to remedy faults and provide general maintenance throughout the whole of the UK.
“I am looking forward to working with the board and senior team, to help the company achieve the next stage of its development. We have ambitious targets but I relish the challenge. We have huge potential for growth and interest in our service offering is high.” said Pete.
The service is already in high demand and in his role as Head of AnescoMeter, Pete will oversee the growing team and ongoing expansion of the department.
Pete previously worked as telecoms manager for SSE before establishing his own business which grew to become a leader in fibre installation technology and solar panel installations, becoming one of the first to achieve the MCS installer accreditation.
Adrian Pike, CEO of Anesco, said: “I have known Pete for many years and his proven experience in managing and developing systems will be invaluable for AnescoMeter.”
He added: “AnescoMeter helps customers maximise output, minimise downtime and manage revenue income, including FiT and RHI payments. Whether you’re a homeowner or an investor with a large portfolio, when investing in renewable technologies you want to be sure that your systems are performing in line with expectations and that your investment is protected.”
For more details visit www.anesco.co.uk
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