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IoT in the global utility market? No one understands it better than ASL

ASL is the largest IoT supplier to the solar industry, and since 2010, has been the leading connectivity provider for commercial utility metering. Today, ASL’s hardware, connectivity and software services are used by 80% of the electricity companies in the UK, MOPs (meter operators) and organisations seeking sub-metering solutions, including large airports such as Heathrow and property management estates. Internationally, ASL designs bespoke hardware to fit global metering models operating in countries in Europe, Asia and Africa.


ASL gives Logicor Energy full visibility of metering network

Sustainable energy provider Logicor Energy gains full tracking and visibility of its metering network with eVe energy from ASL.

“Without eVe energy we would have had to scale back our growth plans.”

Farouk Alhassan, Director, Logicor Energy

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ASL IoT expertise shapes manufacturer HWM’s range of monitoring solutions in hard-to-reach and hazardous locations

HWM has over 30 years’ experience delivering services to the water, wastewater and gas sectors. They provide both powered and non-powered telemetry services, allowing data to be collected from any part of a utility network. This digital infrastructure creates visibility of the network for the operators, establishing control

“ASL brought expertise and know-how to our partnership which helped us accelerate.”

Mick Bolton, Director of HWM

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Repowering London saved Banister House £20,000 in energy costs with ASL

Repowering London is a social enterprise that specialises in working with community groups and local authorities on renewable energy projects, offering guidance and project management services. Their mission is to create empowered communities that control and own the generation and usage of renewable energy.

“ASL’s customer service and delivery of the product has always been very professional.”

Felix Wright, Technical Director

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