Marriott was the first international hotel chain to participate in demand response. Recognising that the UK hospitality industry has an exciting opportunity to generate new, risk-free revenue streams while gaining greater insight into energy usage which would actively contribute to sustainability goals, Marriott selected KiWi Power as a demand response partner. This is helping to improve their energy efficiency, relieve stress on the National Grid and generate additional revenues for future sustainability projects. KiWi Power and Marriott are currently implementing demand response programmes in 50 UK hotels and across Europe.
Time Inc. UK is Britain's leading publisher of print and digital magazine content. With more than 60 iconic brands, including Decanter, Country Life, Horse & Hound, NME, What’s On TV and Wallpaper*,Time Inc. UK (formerly IPC Media) creates content across print, online, mobile and tablet. Engaging with almost half of all UK adults through print and award winning websites, the company reaches over 28 million global users every month. Time Inc. UK has ambitious sustainability initiatives and demand response with KiWi Power fits perfectly with these.See more
Commercial property manager CBRE introduced one of the world's largest financial institutions to KiWi Power. The bank serves individual consumers and corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. Their on-site diesel rotary uninterruptable power supply (DRUPS) system made them a perfect candidate for the National Grid's frequency response programmes.See more
Sembcorp Bournemouth Water (SBW) supplies over 140 million litres of drinking water each day to nearly half a million peoplein Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire. In 2010, SBW committed close to £50 million to improve process efficiencies over a five year period. Sembcorp partnered with KiWi Power for demand response and frequency response to improve site resilience and generate recurring revenue streams.See more
Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust provides healthcare services to around 370,000 people from Colchester and the surrounding area of north east Essex. Colchester General Hospital opened in 1984 and is one of Essex’s largest facilities. Their care covers 596 inpatient beds, 44 maternity beds and 12 critical care beds (excluding A&E). KiWi Power maximised generator operating revenue and quickly the Trust’s recurring revenue was on target for £100k pa.See more