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IMServe monitors electricity meters for BT

30 September 2010

Some 20,000 meters across the UK will be monitored by IMServ in its biggest ever contract with BT

IMServ, part of Invensys Operation Management, has won its biggest ever contract with BT. IMServ has been working with BT for the last nine years and this contract renewal follows a competitive tender process. The five year contract comprises the collection of data relating to electricity consumption from Half Hourly and Non Half Hourly automated meters (AMRs), managing an existing portfolio of 20,000 meters throughout the UK mainland and the Highlands. In addition, IMServ will provide further meters for Openreach to support the roll out of Super Fast Broadband. IMServ will also provide meters to BT for its submetering tenants to monitor electricity in their telephone exchanges.
Andrew Houlston, Procurement Manager, BT said: “This contract represents a critical element of our strategy to reduce our energy consumption and carbon emission to meet our carbon reduction and CSR targets. We have had an excellent working relationship with IMServ to date and we needed a safe pair of hands to deliver a project of this scale.”
Commenting on the deal, Steve Brown, MD of IMServ, said “This deal with BT is fantastic for the business and it reflects our expertise in complex, large scale AMR installations. It’s a great endorsement from BT that our nine year relationship has been extended and this contract represents the largest so far in 2010.”
IMServ is the UK’s biggest energy data collector, collecting data from more than 100,000 sites on a daily basis - this represents 30 percent of the UK’s total energy consumption data.


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