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    Our Astute ® HV Monitoring service continually looks for issues within switchgear and cables. In particular, Partial Discharge (PD), which is an early indicator of degradation, enabling users to take proactive action and avoid costly shutdowns.


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Mark Sprawson: How will ED2 strike the balance between keeping prices down and moving towards Net Zero?

Each new price control that comes along for network operators always feels like it presents a different challenge. But the upcoming RIIO-ED2 truly feels like the dawn of a new era for the sector. We’ve got the transformational change from DNO to DSO and everything that this entails set against the backdrop of the UK […]



The benefits of an automated LV network

How many engineers does it take to change a fuse? None with ALVIN™ Ageing UK Electrical Distribution network assets – replace, restore or re-adapt? With such a vast and complex network, replacing old for new, on a large scale, has never been a viable option.  Due to the single function nature of a lot of […]


AutoDesign Game Changer Award

Engineering specialist’s game-changing technology receives top industry accolade

EA Technology, a world-leading company in power systems engineering consultancy and support, has achieved a top industry award this week (23 July 2020).  The Gamechanger Award was presented for a project the company has delivered with Northern Powergrid, to improve and accelerate the connection process within low voltage (LV) networks. The Gamechanger Award was one […]


Dave A Roberts: Data is Key to the LV Network and reaching Net Zero

As we continue on our transition to Net Zero, data, particularly that from the low voltage network, will become increasingly important. New demands on the network from the cars we drive, to the way we heat, or, repower our homes will change the traditional power flows and the role of the electricity network. Our decarbonisation […]


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Business Continuity Statement Update – COVID-19

EA Technology would like to thank you for your ongoing support and understanding as we make progress in establishing a new normal. EA Technology UK offices are following the guidelines of the UK government in full regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. Key to this are several fundamental principles to manage the transmission risk; • Work from […]


Nationwide recognition for electric vehicle visionaries

Two engineers at EA Technology have seen their work recognised as finalists in the 2020 awards from the Women in Engineering Society (WES). Esther Dudek and Elaine Meskhi, who are both parts of EA Technology’s EV Infrastructure team, have been included on the finalists’ list to be considered as one of the Top 50 Women […]


Who we are

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EA Technology

We operate globally, with offices in six countries, to create safer, stronger and smarter networks – and we typically save millions of pounds for our customers. We provide products, services, consultancy, software and training for a broad spectrum of energy networks, including high voltage and low voltage assets.

We work with many clients on a long-term basis to safeguard their power networks. We can advise on strategy, implement solutions using a range of products, provide an ongoing service to ensure the reliability of equipment, and train customers’ staff in specialist areas. Our software helps our customers to manage their assets to achieve maximum life and reduce costs.

We offer an integrated service to support energy networks to become more cost-effective and reliable; our many diverse and successful projects demonstrate our holistic approach.

EA Technology has been established for over 50 years, with R&D traditionally at the core of our activities. Today we are increasingly known for innovative solutions to challenges in the areas of energy security, reduction of costs and decarbonisation – together with the ever-growing issue of skills shortages within the sector.

We also work with government and other organisations in collaborative ways to address national energy challenges – often harnessing solutions such as smart grids and new low carbon technologies.

Please take a look around our website at our comprehensive offering of products and services, ranging from strategies for preventing failure in power assets to instruments that detect partial discharge in electricity cables.