SenseLogix to Exhibit at Greening Government 2012

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Published on Friday, 19 October 2012 11:50
Posted by Vicki Mitchem

SenseLogix is to exhibit at Greening Government 2012, at The Brewery, London on 30th October, as part of its commercialisation programme following its recent series B £1m investment with CT Investment Partners.

Energy Solution firm, SenseLogix, is now rolling out its award winning energy reduction platform across the UK. The EnergyLogix platform consists of a range of applications designed to save energy in the built environment including metering systems, dashboards and reporting tools, along with PC and IT control systems – all designed to help improve user behaviour and eliminate energy waste. The platform enables individual elements to be selected to deliver a unique reduction solution that meets the buildings exact requirements - providing a return on investment in 2 – 3 years. The system is available through the Salix scheme.

David Hall, Sales & Marketing Director, SenseLogix says: "Greening Central Government is the leading event for promoting energy efficiency solutions into central government buildings, which is an ideal environment for EnergyLogix to deliver significant savings as we continue to support organisations in hitting their carbon emission targets."

Jonathan Luke, CEO, SenseLogix commented: "Following our recent investment it is a key business priority to maximise the opportunity in supporting energy reduction in the built environment, which is the key reason SenseLogix has been able to raise investment in what is a challenging economic environment."

SenseLogix was established in 2009 to develop a series of energy measurement and control products designed to eliminate the electrical waste of IT systems and other small power items. Its customers include Gwynedd Council, Flintshire Council, Epsom & Ewell Borough Council, Wolseley UK and the University of Derby.

EnergyLogix is an enterprise energy management platform that includes metering solutions, aM&T software, energy and carbon reporting tools, PC power management, socket and equipment control, voltage optimisation and renewable generation dashboards, and energy dashboards designed to support behavioural change of energy users.

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