what we do
AES provides an all-inclusive Operations and Maintenance (O&M) solution to its client-partners whereby AES carries complete responsibility for the operation, maintenance and management of boilers or other utility plants. The client-partner draws steam or utilities directly from the plant managed by AES, all of which are metered and charged monthly by AES.
AES provides all staffing (operations, maintenance, technical, procurement), all maintenance (routine, breakdown, statutory), all fuel, water, electricity and other associated consumables, as well as associated technical management input (plant optimisation, trouble shooting, efficiency management) and ancillary services (SHE, waste disposal etc.).
The entire boiler house or utility plant becomes the responsibility of AES, whereby AES is contracted on the foundation of explicitly agreed to deliverables, including supply availability, supply quality and guaranteed efficiency of generation. Having a single point of responsibility ensures that AES is fully accountable for its performance under the partnership agreement as well as all the factors that impact on providing minimised steam or utility supply risk to the client-partner’s plant.
AES has substantial in-house skills that are available to be used to the client’s steam or utility reticulation and production facilities concerning steam or utility use and reticulation optimisation. AES can be contracted to undertake energy audits and plant surveys to review the current usage of steam or utilities and to make recommendations on adjustments to reduce risk, cost or consumption thereof.
AES has an extensive project and engineering capabilities and has undertaken numerous greenfield and brownfield projects for the installation of boilers and associated ancillaries. AES will develop and engineer the best solution for the specific requirements of its client-partner’s process, site and demand profile and will execute from project initiation to final handover. The primary benefit of using AES to implement project installations is that AES will operate the plant after that and is thus contractually bound to ensure the facility meets the required outputs and efficiencies regarding its supply partnership deliverables to its client-partners.
Associated Energy Services Pty Ltd (AES) operated as a division of a fuel and energy company for a period of seven years before it got involved in contract energy management (CEM) with particular application to the outsourcing of steam generation plant. In 1996 it was decided to form a separate company to concentrate on the contract energy side of the business and as a result AES was incorporated.
AES are ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified. This demonstrates the ongoing commitment to the delivery of quality, safe and reliable services. With a strong focus on systems and optimisation, AES continually seeks ways to improve value add and mitigate risk and its certification ensures that it maintains a focus on achieving, benchmarking and optimising its processes and activities.