Low Carbon Europe are delighted to welcome on board our latest Retained Energy Management Service (REMS) clients as both Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation trust and the Homerton University NHS Foundation Trusts have commissioned  Low Carbon Europe to provide strategic energy management advisory support.

Oxford Hospitals is s one of the largest acute teaching trusts in the UK, with a national and international reputation for the excellence of its services and its role in teaching and research. Homerton Hospitals provides general hospital services to Hackney and the City of London, and specialist care in obstetrics and neonatology, fetal medicine, fertility, HIV, keyhole surgery, asthma and allergies, bariatric surgery and neurorehabilitation across east London and beyond.

“Both Trusts have been searching for some time to find the ideal client side advisers and we are please that they have finally found the right levels of hospital environment experience and engineering expertise in the team from Low Carbon Europe.” said Doug Bailey Operations Director. “This is an area of support where our clients welcome the client side advisory role we supply, which assists the client work through the vast array of challenges both strategically and operationally the modern day energy management presents”

Low Carbon Europe have an impressive and expanding REMS client base consisting of a large number of NHS Trusts, Universities as well as some key private sector organisations.

For more information about the Retained Energy Management Service delivered by Low Carbon Europe please visit our REMS service page