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Eco2Solar launches energy efficiency brand

Paul Hutchens, managing director of Eco2Energy, demonstrates Building Energy Management software

Paul Hutchens, managing director of Eco2Energy, demonstrates Building Energy Management software

Midlands-based Eco2Solar is marking today’s official start of the Green Deal with the launch of its new Eco2Energy brand.  

Operating alongside Eco2Solar under the Kidderminster firm’s Eco2 Solutions Group, Eco2Energy will provide energy efficiency measures to businesses and owners of non-domestic buildings looking to make significant energy savings.

Eco2Energy says it has developed its own ‘business friendly’ smart energy assessment designed to make energy efficiency simple for businesses.

It will see Eco2Energy’s low carbon consultants working with businesses to review current energy usage, identify where savings can be made and make recommendations on the best efficiency measures to reduce carbon omissions and energy bills.

 “We’ve launched Eco2Energy to make investing in smart energy technologies easy and affordable for businesses,” said Paul Hutchens, managing director of Eco2Energy.

He added: “It will be of particular benefit to non-domestic buildings with an energy bill of more than £200,000 per annum such as hotels, hospitals, care homes and gyms, where potential savings of between 5 – 15 per cent on energy bills can be made.

“We have built a solid reputation in both the domestic and non-domestic marketplaces during the last five years. By consolidating our market share in the commercial sector, we can offer our non-domestic customers a complete one-stop-shop of specialist cost effective energy-saving solutions.

“We advise on payback packages based on return on investment with little or no up-front costs such as Carbon Trust Loans and Green Deal, as well as free schemes with no extra added costs.”

Eco2Energy is inviting non-domestic owners and businesses to attend its official launch event on Tuesday (26th February) at EH Smith’s Sustainability Training Centre in Sutton Coldfield.

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