ADSM specialises in assisting organisations in the private and public sectors to reduce energy and water consumption delivering significant financial savings and helping to meet today’s global environmental challenges.
With our assistance, our clients have reduced UK emissions of greenhouse gases by thousands of tons and achieved substantial bottom-line savings. ADSM offers an innovative approach to utility management to ensure that when we reduce consumption, it stays that way.
Established in 1992, ADSM offers a complete service for organisations’ energy and water management needs, offering a leading-edge bureau service for utility bills, a national surveying service and national installation, maintenance and consultancy services. ADSM works in partnership arrangements with central government, local government, the National Health Service, Education, and most of the FTSE 350 companies, to assist with environmental performance issues.
Advanced Demand Side Management (ADSM)
80 High Street
Registered In England and Wales
Company Registration Number: 2688973
VAT Number: 538091046
ADSM is committed to providing the very highest level of service for its clients, delivering best practice solutions in the utility sector by providing real value for money, an open book policy and total transparency.
The company has won numerous awards for service. Commitment to quality and continuous improvement can only be measured by facts, which is why the company achieved No 1 status in Europe, receiving accreditation to three major quality assurance standards, ISO 14001 (Environmental Management), ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management).
All of the company’s processes are recorded and independently audited to ensure that standards are maintained to the highest levels. ADSM has further affiliations with ESTA (Energy Saving Trade Association), BSRIA (Building Services Research Institute Association), NICEIC (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors), BSI (British Standard Institute) and BRE (Building Research Establishment) as design advice consultants.