ENMAT Joins ESTA

ENMAT are delighted to announce that we have been approved as a member of ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association).

ENMAT are delighted to announce that we have been approved as a member of ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association).


Members of ESTA are the leading suppliers of the services, technology and products to help you design, construct, update, operate, and manage your facilities at a lower energy cost – improving sustainability and reducing CO2 emissions.

The Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) is the UK's leading energy management industry association. With over 25 years' involvement in energy management, ESTA is a standard setter in the development of the industry. We have a highly regarded and impressive track record of promoting our members' interests at the highest levels in the UK, Europe and internationally.



Market knowledge

ESTA members provide:

unrivalled expertise and are best placed to provide independent advice to energy end-users;
market leading energy management products, technology and services;
significant levels of energy and carbon savings to energy end-users in the public and private sectors;
full ESCO (Energy Contracting) services which guarantee significant energy savings; and
in-depth knowledge of funding mechanisms for the purchase of energy and energy efficient products and services.


ESTA are members of:

PGES – Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies www.pges.org.uk
BEEF – British Energy Efficiency Federation, a grouping of energy efficiency organisations providing a regular forum with Governmen

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