Glasgow-based software company Bellrock Technology has joined the Power Networks Demonstration Centre (PNDC) as an associate member.

Bellrock Technology was created within the University of Strathclyde. Its membership follows the success of its proprietary technology Lumen, a data science deployment platform which has delivered real value to the energy sector.

Bellrock Technology now aims to work with the PNDC’s specialist research team over the next two years, so they can use the revolutionary innovation of Lumen to advance more game-changing techniques and data-driven solutions to be deployed across the energy sector as it looks to transition to more low-carbon systems.

Adam Brown, CEO, Bellrock Technology, said:

“We are excited to be announcing our membership to the PNDC. Bellrock Technology started at the University of Strathclyde and has done a lot of work in the energy sector, especially around transformer management with EDF, so it is a natural next step for us.

From our experience with customers like SSE we see a broad application of Lumen for the PNDC and its members to move their research into Business As Usual and deliver real business value. We look forward to working with the PNDC going forward.”

Talking about the partnership, Steven Whyte, Senior Business Development Manager at the PNDC said:

“The PNDC is delighted to welcome Bellrock Technology as an associate member, and as a highly innovative company delivering data-led solutions across a number of industries including energy. We look forward to supporting them in further implementation of their Lumen platform, particularly in its application within the energy systems of the future.

Our research programme looks to promote the use of new platforms that can improve operational efficiency and support effective decision making for network operators. Bellrock Technology is one of a number of innovators who can support the transition towards a more low carbon energy system.”

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