Minibems delivers equivalent carbon savings to converting a petrol car to an electric car, for twenty times less capital cost
Reducing our carbon footprint is typically an expensive task requiring extensive capital investment. However installing Minibems onto a heat network typically saves 1 tonne of carbon, per annum, for every apartment it’s fitted into.
With gas prices soaring the opportunity for real and tangible cost savings on heat networks has never been greater.
Minibems can cut an average of 1 tonne of carbon emissions per home per annum – saving you money too. By controlling each apartment with our unique and patented Dynamic flow control system we achieve the savings by optimising flow rates through your HIU.
As finance managers across the UK know, managing budgets is a weekly challenge during these unprecedented times for energy price hikes. This isn’t just bad news for those in charge of managing operational budgets for heat networks, it’s also bad news for families.
Minibems has expanded its sales team to support customers who choose our data driven solution for their heat network challenges. Welcome Gary Williams, our new National Account Manager to support our private sector customers.
Minibems has expanded our sales team to support our customers to choose our data driven solution for their heat network challenges. We’re thrilled to welcome Paul Lee as our new National Account Manager to support our public sector customers.
On most heat networks an engineer goes to site whenever there is a heating or hot water problem, but with Minibems’ telemetry and 24/7 manned service we can remotely solve more than 95% of the problems.
As property managers across the UK know, the energy price crisis has caused widespread concern for millions of families who are now struggling to pay huge energy bills.
Across the UK, right now, heat networks are burning through unnecessary gas, squandering precious resources, releasing preventable carbon emissions, and wasting money at a time of an unprecedented cost of living crisis.
Heating is the UK’s biggest source of carbon emissions. Right now, 500,000 UK homes are connected to heat networks that are supposed to be more efficient and generate fewer carbon emissions, but they are wasteful from the point of installation.
Can heat consumers enjoy affordable, reliable and low carbon heat? Can heat suppliers lower capex and opex spends and also deliver excellent heat network performance?
For Heat Vision 2030 we asked a panel of experts from the heat network sector to reflect on how we move low carbon heat network deployment forward in 2021.
Interested in finding out how we can optimise your heat network?