Energeno, a leading energy monitoring and management consultancy, has appointed Prova PR to raise its profile in the solar PV installer and renewable power sectors. The UK-based organisation, headquartered in London, is the brand behind Wattson Solar Plus, an ergonomic home energy monitoring technology that enables householders to effortlessly check on their solar power use and carbon footprint.
Demand for the Wattson Solar has outstripped supply for the last three years, but Energeno’s new investment has ensured a more secure and robust supply chain that will support the business’s projected growth. To date, around 25,000 Wattson Solar units have been sold across the globe and, as demand for home-generated renewable energy increases, and greater sophistication is demanded in home monitoring, demand for the Solar Plus will increase significantly despite the halving of the Government Feed in Tariff (FIT).
Prova PR is one of the country’s leading environmental and reprocessing PR consultancies and has over a decade’s experience across the renewable energy sector. Its objective will be to drive the profile of Energeno by exploiting both its commercial success and the expertise of the company’s senior management team.
Mark Elliott, operations director at Energeno, comments: “We are a small, but fast-growing business, made even more buoyant by the government’s recent announcements on FITs and the impact that will have on the solar PV industry. In essence, Wattson Solar Plus could become the weapon of choice to help householders and Installers alike drive solar PV demand, filling the vacuum left by the Government’s halving of the cash incentive. We have brought Prova on board to help us to make that happen and we’re looking forward to a fruitful partnership.”
Richard Postins at Prova PR, adds: “We’re thrilled to be working alongside Energeno as it continues on its meteoric growth curve in the UK marketplace. Our task is simple: to make installers aware of the benefits of the technology that will move their relationship with the customer away from a one-transaction panel purchase to a longer-term collaboration based upon a future of proactive remote monitoring which can, among other things, flag faults before they occur.”