East-Lothian based heat battery manufacturer Sunamp has picked up the UK Green Energy award for Best Business Innovation
Scottish heat-storage technology company Sunamp has been named ‘Best Business Innovation’ at this year’s Green Energy Awards.
The East Lothian based firm manufactures heat batteries based on non-toxic phase change material which have transformed how homes and businesses generate heating and hot water.
Winners were announced at an event at the Assembly Rooms in Bath on 28 November 2017 following the industry leading Renewable Futures conference and exhibition.
According to Annual Energy Consumption in the UK, the paper published annually by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), space and water heating account for 80 per cent of final energy consumption in the domestic sphere. Sunamp technology reduces the cost of heat energy, addresses fuel poverty and reduces environmental impact.
Sunamp Chief Executive Andrew Bissell said: “This is great recognition for Sunamp and for the future potential of our technology to drive the transition to a smart and renewable energy system. The quality of entries was extremely high so it is a real honour to win such a prestigious award.”
The Awards took place after Renewable Futures, Regen’s annual conference and exhibition, which focused on the strategies for transforming energy. It featured a line-up of leading experts who analysed disruptive innovation shaking up the energy market and examined the strategies to adapt and create value in a rapidly changing market.