Glasgow-based Logic Energy – the most recent organisation to join the Scottish Energy Association – is a company which offers expertise in both hardware and software, built upon the knowledge of industry experts, delivering integrated solutions to meet the specific needs of each client.
Committed to simplicity and maximising efficiency, Logic Energy Ltd offers turnkey software solutions for the utility sector, ranging from pilot tests for emerging renewable energy sources, to software development and data aggregation for energy management and customer engagement.
The Internet of Things, demand-side management and carbon saving technologies are among their key areas of interest and they have a solid track record of delivering cloud based integrated solutions to meet the specific needs of each client.
Connectivity, accessibility and customisation are hallmarks of their technology – all of their Internet enabled systems and software solutions offer seamless integration with web dashboards, mobile applications and cloud-hosted data storage.
Logic Energy has been working with the utilities sector for over six years with the most recent project being the H2020 €12M European funded Real Value Project – the largest Research and Innovation programme in Europe.
The team offers years of expertise and knowledge within energy monitoring and connection to renewable energy technologies, smart devices and products and Scottish Energy Association is delighted to welcome them as members.
Lisa Cairns, Commercial Director, Logic Energy said: “We’re delighted to become members of the Scottish Energy Association and look forward to networking with organisations across the energy supply chain.
“Another membership advantage is the knowledge sharing opportunities and we look forward to attending Scottish Energy Association events in the future.”
Hector Grant, Chief Executive of the Scottish Energy Association, (pictured, left) said; “We are dedicated to strengthening commercial relationships, providing knowledge sharing and networking opportunities throughout the year.
“Our next Knowledge Exchange Meeting, “Developments in Energy Efficiency”, takes place on October 27 at the University of Glasgow in the Yudowitz Lecture Theatre, Wolfson Medical School Building, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ.
- Dr Zhibin Yu: University of Glasgow: ‘Low Carbon Heating – Challenges and Opportunities for Scotland’
- Paul Steen: Ramboll Environ: ‘Lifecycle approach to measuring socio-economic benefits of energy efficient heat solutions’
- Dr Manosh Paul: University of Glasgow: ‘Developments in Gasification and Combustion’
Booking information: http://www.wearesea.com/events/27102016-knowledge-exchange-meeting/