Category: Plant room control
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?
Minibems are delighted to announce the appointment of Nigel Pugh as CTO, who brings a wealth of expertise and experience to the role including the development of the Hive home platform.
Minibems is unique in applying IoT technology to dynamically control real-time flow rate, operate and monitor the use of heat for each dwelling across the heat network development.
Minibems shortlisted for Building Technology of the Year award with innovative solution for heat network sector
Minibems are thrilled to be shortlisted as finalists at the Business Green Technology Awards, which celebrate cutting-edge technologies and innovators that are working to accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy.
It would take the 1.21GW Flux Capacitor (the key to time travel in the film, ‘Back to the Future’) six years non-stop to provide for the U.K.’s annual space heating needs. Space heating accounts for 42% of the total UK Energy usage, around 66,000 Gigawatt hours (GWh) of energy used annually.
We have walked into so many plant rooms. We have assessed hotels, energy centres serving hundreds of homes, leisure centres, farms and office buildings.
Years ago, when we were busy installing biomass boilers we were excited and proud to be helping the UK heating profile change to one of sustainable practices and renewable fuels.
We have worked for over 10 years in the field of heat management. We have been intimately involved with the design, installation, distribution, servicing and maintenance of all sorts of heating systems; confronting problems, and working on solutions.
Interested in finding out how we can optimise your heat network?