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Record Year for Energy Tech Company EA Technology

Energy tech company EA Technology has celebrated record sales for the year end March 2017. Topping £26 million, the Cheshire-based energy technology company saw orders increase by over 50% across nearly all of its global markets. EA Technology sales up by 50% and company is in ideal position to further benefit from the significant changes […]

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Practicing what we preach!

As part of regular team meetings, Health & Safety matters are always top of the agenda. Those of us that regularly travel and visit customers’ electrical substations are only too aware of the potential risks. We have plenty of procedures and documents that help us manage these environments, but when it comes to it, the […]

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CableSniffer2™ “does what it says on the tin”

The CableSniffer2™ was originally introduced at the 18th International Conference on Electricity Distribution in 2005 hosted by CIRED. CIRED are the leading forum where the Electricity Distribution Community meets. More recently, the CableSniffer2™ was awarded an 2014 IET Innovation Award held in London on Wednesday 19th November. Back in 2004, Colin said “it typically costs £600 to £1000 ($1088-$1813) to dig […]

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Confidence in Making Decisions

We all make decisions everyday, some are very simple and subconscious, others are more serious and can have profound effects. In all cases we use inputs such as data, information, experience and “gut feel” to inform these decisions and give us a degree of confidence about their outcomes. EA Technology works in the world of […]

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Managing your Supply Chain Must Include the Monitoring of the Effective Delivery of Energy

To most manufacturers the management of the supply chain is the ‘just in time’ stock control system of the components required to produce their end product. Effective energy management, whether electricity or gas, is often assessed by the facilities management department on a simple cost to supply basis. Therefore isn’t it time for you to […]

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Tactical Asset Management Reaches New Heights

Taking tactical asset management to another level using technological advancements in handheld partial discharge detectors. In 1983, Dr John Reeves was first able to detect and measure the tiny electrical pulses created on the outside of high voltage switchgear when its insulation starts to fail. He called them Transient Earth Voltages or TEVs and went […]

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Who we are

Welcome to
EA Technology

We operate globally, with offices in seven countries, to create safer, stronger and smarter networks – and we typically save millions of dollars 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.