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Eco-Nomics completes energy assessment for Network Rail

07 Jan 2014


Eco-Nomics has today successfully completed a major consultancy project for Network Rail which involved conducting detailed and holistic energy efficiency surveys of 13 of Network Rails' largest and busiest train stations including London Waterloo and Edinburgh Waverley.

From May 2013, a specialist team from Eco-Nomics spent 7 months systematically carrying out the surveys which highlighted all the areas where Network Rail had significant opportunities to reduce both their energy consumption and their operating costs.

The detailed reports provided accurate, industry specific costings to implement the relevant energy efficiency measures along with the associated return on investment projections. Each survey also helped National Rail see where existing systems could be adjusted to achieve greater efficiencies.

John Tarbet, Managing Director, Eco-Nomics said:

“We were very pleased to win this large and prestigious contract for Network Rail. As each of the stations we surveyed was unique, it was a complex task to assess where different technologies and measures would have the most impact when implemented. We had to work to tight timescales and our team did a great job of delivering the project and findings in budget and on time.”

Barry Coll, Project Manager, Energy Services, Network Rail said:

“Eco-Nomics have successfully completed a UK wide survey project for Network Rail, helping us identify (and accurately quantify) real opportunities to reduce both energy consumption and operational costs across our major stations.

John and his team have been a pleasure to work with and have dealt with any challenges in a professional and responsive manner. They take time to understand what a client requires and I’d have no hesitation in recommending Eco-Nomics to other organisations who are looking for a first class service.”



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