Silver Power Systems are a key contributor to the Modern Energy Partners programme which aims to save the public sector millions via integrated energy solutions
A team from Silver Power Systems led the activity to engage pathfinder public sector sites in the program, setting up the energy audit and analysis activity in collaboration with selected suppliers, project managing the site engagement process and contributing to the development of a generic methodology that supports the roll-out of scalable integrated energy efficiency solutions across the public sector estate.
Site Energy Surveys
– Undertake full site energy survey, liaising with the Site’s Energy Managers
– Provisioning and installation of telemetry system to monitor usage of utilities– Analysis of monitoring data to produce site Sankey diagram
Recommendations for Site Upgrade
– Develop recommendations for future site upgrades– Support to site staff to prepare and obtain approval for the necessary business cases– Liaise with specialist equipment vendors
Installation and Support
– Support Installation and operation of new energy system
MODERN ENERGY PARTNERS
To help the UK achieve a cost-effective energy system transformation and deliver savings for consumers, it is fundamental that the sector develops expertise and stimulates the market for integrated energy efficiency solutions that combine low carbon distributed generation with smart energy demand management.
Aligned with the ambitions of the Government’s Clean Growth and Industrial Strategies, Modern Energy Partners (MEP) is a ground-breaking collaboration between the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Cabinet Office and Energy Systems Catapult (ESC), working with SALIX Finance Ltd, Crown Commercial Service and the public sector estate.
The Project Phase 1 of the MEP project ran between May 2018 and March 2019. As part of the project, MEP worked with private sector companies, DNOs and energy managers at four campus-scale public sector sites – including hospitals, military sites, universities and prisons – to develop integrated and optimised energy solutions that deliver benefits to individual sites and the wider energy system