ASLH develops hardware for data transmission from meter equipment used by utilities companies like Scottish Power and Southern Electric. The collected data is used to monitor energy usage for homes and businesses such as Tesco and McDonalds. Although the company focuses on the electricity sector, it plans to expand to other utilities such as gas and solar power. Based in Northampton, ASLH was founded in 2003 by chief executive Bill Berry and has seen turnover grow 38% a year from £2.4m in 2008 to £6.4m in 2011.
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