4Eco Set To Showcase Green Technology At Energy Storage UK

The UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of surplus PV energy controllers will be discussing the future of sustainability at this month’s Energy Storage UK exhibition.

Robin Whitehead, Sales Manager at 4Eco-immerSUN, will be a keynote speaker at the leading solar show, which takes place in Central Hall Westminster, London, on 17th July.

4Eco will also be showcasing its market leading heating system - the immerSUN - as well as discussing the latest industry progressions with visitors to the exhibition.

“We’re really exited to be exhibiting and delivering a keynote speech at Energy Storage UK,” commented Robin.

“As the UK’s first event specifically aimed at the energy storage industry, we think it’s a great opportunity to discuss market developments and innovations, as well as raising awareness of fuel poverty in the UK and the requirement to self-generate energy supplies.

“My talk will focus on the importance of self-consumption and utilising green resources, as well as the latest developments in eco technologies and green opportunities.

“As well as speaking to leading industry professionals and other eco businesses, we will also be showcasing the new generation version of our immerSUN microgen switching device, which can help to save money, reduce reliance on mains supply and protect the environment,” added Robin.

Introduced in 2012, the immerSUN has been developed for both commercial and domestic use, with ease of installation, cost savings and efficient energy management in mind.

Over the last six months alone, over 6,500 units have been supplied nationwide, with homeowners keen to maximise the benefits of having solar PV fitted to their property.

Now working with partners internationally, 4Eco is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing manufacturers of specialist energy controllers, helping to ensure a more sustainable future.

Once installed, the energy controller will reduce an average household’s energy bill by up to £250 per year, by diverting electricity generated by PV panels directly to an immersion heater, storage heater, or electric underfloor heating. Without an immerSUN, up to 70% of the electricity would be exported to the grid, rather than be used for heating.

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