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ThermOzone is first SME in AC sector to get Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier status

Accreditation marks chiller specialist’s achievement in reducing energy for clienets

Reading-based chiller specialist ThermOzone has been granted Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier status, marking its efforts in energy efficiency and carbon reduction, primarily through remanufacturing and upgrading of older chillers under its ReChill brand.

The achievement is all the more remarkable for the fact that the only other suppliers to have the accreditation for commercial cooling are multinational manufacturers Daikin and Emerson Climate Technologies.

The company said the status, which allows it to feature the Accredited Supplier logo in its marketing, along with listing in the Trust’s Green Business Directory, ’recognises the tremendous energy and lifetime carbon savings we have been making for our clients, both in regard to upgrade and replacement of older inefficient chillers under ReChill and now under the NuChill brands.”

It added that the accreditation ’supports from an renowned NGO our credentials and energy reduction claims for our projects as being bona fide.’ The status also provides the company’s clients with access to Carbon Trust-supported finance options for their energy reduction projects.

ThermOxone noted that while the typical Return On Investment for its projects is an already-short two to three years,  it has seen some projects achieve payback within one year: “These are not simple repairs, but substantial investments for clients, some in excess of £400,000.”


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