Utilitywise acquires t-mac Technologies

Utilitywise, a leading UK energy and water consultancy, has acquired t-mac Technologies. The purchase is in line with Utilitywise’s strategy of broadening the services it offers in response to customer needs. T-mac’s proprietary technology and software enables clients to monitor and reduce energy consumption, making savings and helping them comply with Government legislation.

Geoff Thompson, CEO of Utilitywise said, ‘This acquisition will allow us to reach new customers and to provide energy-monitoring and controls services to our existing customer base of more than 23 000 SME and industrial and commercial customers.’

Lisa Gingell, co-founder and director at t-mac, said, ‘We are delighted to be joining the Utilitywise Group. These are exciting times for both of our businesses. Our key focus in the last decade has been on technology and innovation, and we’re delighted this has been recognised by the Utilitywise team.’

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