COPA-DATA UK joins the EIC, NOF Energy and the Scottish Renewables Forum: Connecting with the grid
Membership to these energy trade associations allows us to connect with other representatives in the energy sector, demonstrating how software can be used to improve the control and monitoring of energy facilities.
For the second year running, we have renewed our membership to the EIC — the leading trade association for UK-registered companies that deliver goods and services to the energy industry. We will also exhibit at EIC Connect Energy 2019, an event which brings together the supply chain from global power, nuclear and renewables companies.
EIC Connect Energy 2019 will be held in Manchester on September 10, 2019.
We have recently become a member of NOF Energy, a not-for-profit organisation focused on providing valuable introductions between companies in the energy sector. As part of its membership with NOF Energy, we will also exhibit at Meet the Buyer – Energy Supply Chain Showcase in Falkirk, Scotland on Thursday 20, June 2019.
As an independent software provider, gaining visibility in the energy industry is a vital part of demonstrating the potential of zenon for large scale energy projects. Membership of these trade associations also enables us to continually innovate by keeping up to date with industry insights, allowing the company to remain at the forefront of energy industry.
“Britain has set ambitious renewable energy targets and our successful coal-free week in May demonstrates that the industry is on the right path,” explained Martyn Williams, managing director of COPA-DATA UK. “However, if the industry wants to see real change, we need to stray from the norm and experiment with new technologies that will make reaching these targets more achievable.
“COPA-DATA has been providing software for the industry for 20 years. Back in 2006, we launched the automation software zenon Energy Edition as an edition of zenon and have since completed over 20,000 installations in local substations, control centres and for renewable farm management. Membership to these valuable trade associations mean that we can demonstrate the potential of zenon to key players in the energy industry.”
This year, we have also joined the Scottish Renewables Forums for the first time. Scottish Renewables represents a number of companies involved in the generation, supply and distribution of energy from renewable sources. The organisation hosts a number of forums throughout the year, focusing on a variety of renewable energy sources including offshore and onshore wind, solar and hydro power.
More information on COPA-DATA and its software platform zenon contact the COPA-DATA UK team directly on +44 (0) 29 2032 9175.