Power Logistics, the event power provider, has announced that all projects the company undertakes in 2019 will be supplied with power monitoring equipment and a post-show energy breakdown report.

This will be the lead element in the portfolio of sustainable initiatives the company undertakes this year. Dafydd Hirst joins Power Logistics’ research and development team as a support engineer, to spearhead the project.

Power Logistics has invested heavily in power monitoring equipment and training for its engineers. Hirst will head up the team and travel to event sites during 2019, installing the power monitoring equipment. Monitoring will be “live” during events and adjustments made where necessary. Once the event comes to an end, the data collected will be used to produce a report that provides event organisers with a breakdown of their energy usage.

Mike Whitehouse, managing director of Power Logistics, commented: “Offering an effective power monitoring solution to clients has been a key objective for the last few years. Having real-time information on energy usage across all areas of an event site is a powerful tool for event organisers.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to have Dafydd onboard to oversee the implementation of our power monitoring scheme. Our commitment to providing innovative sustainable power solutions wherever we can is unwavering. Being the first temporary event power company to install power monitoring equipment to all the projects that we undertake during the year, regardless of their size and scale is an integral to our 2019 plans.”