Projective to demonstrate Process Energy model with Anglian Water Case Study

Projective is one of the UK's leading providers of energy reduction solutions and project delivery services for a broad range of industries. At Sustainability Live 2014 the company will be showcasing the Process Energy model, a methodology that allows the business to achieve its key objective of transforming how industry uses water and energy.

Ray Wellham, Managing Director, says, "Process Energy is an integral part of our company philosophy. It means we listen to what our clients say, study their requirements and challenge assumptions to uncover hidden problems. We solve any problems through engineering design and then implement the solution."

"We have the service capability to take a project from concept all the way through to build and commission. This overcomes the problems of communication and alignment that often arise when different phases of a project are handed from firm to firm, from consultants to design engineers and then onto an implementer. At Projective we provide continuity. It's an end-to-end process that means we are able to deliver the engineering vision. The client gets the solution and benefits promised."

Andy O'Rourke, Municipal Water Solution Lead at Projective, will be presenting on the opening day as part of the session 'Energy Efficiency in the Water Industry', scheduled for 10.20 - 11.20. Andy will be showcasing the projects undertaken by Projective in its position as Energy Reduction framework partner for Anglian Water.

The presentation 'Low Capital Sustainable Energy Reduction - Anglian Water Case Study' will provide delegates at Sustainability Live 2014 with excellent insights into how the Process Energy methodology delivers significant energy savings.

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