YES Energy Solutions takes home ‘Collaboration of the Year’ at the 2016 Worcester Bosch E2020 Awards.
Our ‘Heat Pumps for Park Homes’ project in Basingstoke was commended by judges at this year’s prestigious awards ceremony, held at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel near Malvern on 1st June.
We joined a multitude of installers and industry chiefs to celebrate the best energy efficiency initiatives and installations in the UK.
Our partnership with Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Sussex based installers, Paynes Heating and Plumbing ltd, was praised for its impact on the local community.
Since winning funding through the Technical Innovation Fund, we have launched an exciting renewable energy project which is helping up to 30 Park Homes in Basingstoke transform their heating facilities.
The Technical Innovation Fund is a GB-wide programme designed and administered by NEA, the national fuel poverty charity. Its aim is to facilitate community-level trials of innovative solutions utilising measures that are not traditionally used within the scope of current fuel poverty and retrofit energy efficiency programmes.
In late 2015, YES Energy Solutions teamed up with the Council to help a group of Park Home owners reduce their energy costs and move over to more sustainable household heating.
The project has funded the installation of Air to Air Heat Pumps – a renewable energy technology that transforms air from outside into heat.
Installations are now underway and all 30 units will be completed by the end of the summer.
The Worcester Bosch E2020 Awards celebrate those that have made a commitment to tackling Climate Change. As one of the UKs largest boiler manufacturers, Worcester Bosch reward organisations, community groups and installers who have demonstrated commitment to cutting CO2.
Find out more about the Heat Pumps for Park Homes scheme