ENGIE has bought a digital energy management firm based in Plymouth.
The purchase of C3 Resources supports the energy firm’s strategy to deliver innovation in customer-led solutions using technology, the firm stated.
It will use C3’s digital platform to manage large volumes of energy and environmental data, which predicts energy usage and takes proactive action to better control energy.
It will operate alongside other platforms and data collection systems forming ENGIE’s Resource Intelligence Centre (ERIC).
Paul Rawson, Divisional CEO of Energy Solutions at ENGIE in the UK said: “Organisations are experiencing a change in the way they consume, manage and pay for energy in an increasingly decentralised and complex market environment.
“We see technology and digitalisation as playing a growing role in the delivery of improved service efficiency by linking data from a variety of sources.”