PCS Thailand, one of the leading facilities management companies in Thailand, launched new energy efficiency solutions by signing an MOU with Easson Energy, UK company based in Thailand who provide cutting edge energy monitoring and management solutions, for energy efficiency services, at the UK-Southeast Asia Tech Week 2023, Bangkok.
Ann Rogers-Bell, Managing Director, PCS Thailand and Robert Easson, CEO and Founder, Easson Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for energy efficiency services, witnessed by Ben Morley, Commercial Counsellor and Country Director, Department for Business & Trade (DBT), the British Embassy Bangkok, Norawach Comchareon, National Account Management Director, PCS Thailand, and Kevin Budden, International Partner Manager - Asia Pacific, Best Energy, on 16 March at UK-Southeast Asia Tech Week 2023, at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC), Bangkok.
The purpose of this partnership between PCS Thailand and Easson Energy is to provide an ecosystem that includes cutting-edge technologies like Industrial IoT, LoRa, AI and big data analytics verified under International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) standard to deliver Energy Efficiency solutions to PCS Thailand’s over 5,000 customers.
“This MoU marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for both companies. Our combined expertise and solutions will draw on existing technologies and capabilities within both PCS and Easson Energy and will offer our customers the most complete solution of hardware, software and expert energy efficiency services available on the market,” said Ann Rogers-Bell, Managing Director, PCS Thailand.
PCS Thailand is dedicated to offering best of breed energy efficiency solutions that combine cutting edge technologies and in-depth knowledge. With this collaboration leveraging these technologies and working with Easson Energy, the company will be able to help their customers reduce their energy consumption and ultimately their carbon footprint which benefits both the planet and their clients. Their aim is to help all their customers reduce their yearly CO2 emissions by a minimum of 50 tonnes/year.
“By partnering with PCS, we are able to combine our expertise and resources to make a significant impact in reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable development, Together, we can help businesses become more aware of their energy usage and make better-informed decisions to reduce their carbon footprint,” said Robert Easson, CEO and Founder, Easson Energy.
PCS Thailand has long been committed to creating sustainability in order to make positive impacts on their communities and the world. The signing of this Memorandum of Understanding is another step toward a net-zero future, which the company aims to accomplish in the year 2040. PCS and Easson Energy expect to be significant drivers of innovation and sustainability in the energy efficiency sector in Thailand.
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