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We are delighted to welcome Invisible Systems, one of the UK's most progressive buildings and energy management software developers and manufacturers, as the latest member of The Carbon Free Group.

Invisible Systems provides a range of technologies to help buildings and estates be more energy and environmentally efficient. The company's development team focuses on energy saving, compliance and asset management, using robust RF wireless monitoring and energy savings solutions that work in tandem with its Realtime-Online cloud software management portal. Its systems also cover critical asset management, boiler control, water hygiene and food temperature compliance, as well as general condition monitoring and control.

All innovation and development work is carried out at Invisible Systems' Cumbria head office, while a network of global supply and install partners has resulted in their technologies being used in Europe, North America, Australia, South Africa and the Middle East.

"We're delighted to welcome Invisible Systems as our latest member," said Anthony Morgan co-founder of The Carbon Free Group.

"With over 14 years experience in their field, they bring an unrivalled expertise in terms of energy monitoring and software development and their drive to reduce their clients' carbon footprint, coupled with their focus on innovation, make them an ideal fit for our organisation. Their evidence-based approach has been missing from the market and will be hugely beneficial for both the collaborative projects that we work on and our other members specific needs."

Posted on Friday, June 22, 2018 - 15:20

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