Endo Enterprises has been announced as winner of Small Company Achievement of the Year at the prestigious H&V News Awards 2019 in the technology and products category. The award recognizes Endo’s contribution to reducing energy consumption. The judges were very impressed by Endo’s product, EndoTherm and the company presentation given by Ben Sallon, Managing Director. The judges’ comments stated that they liked the innovation and the fact that Endo Enterprises are progressing in various markets – residential, commercial and retail while having great success with social housing and the public sector.
EndoTherm is a low cost, high impact energy saving additive that can be introduced into any wet heating system – commercial or domestic reducing the energy consumption by up to 15%, thus reducing bills and greenhouse emissions.
Ben Sallon, Managing Director states: “To be in the recognized by H&V in this way is wonderful for the whole team at Endo who are working to bring this innovation to the market. EndoTherm is a fantastic product and all of us at Endo are passionate about seeing the energy and cost savings that it can deliver being offered to as many applications as possible.”
Endo Enterprises (UK) was established in 2013 to manufacture and sell EndoTherm, a unique, patent-pending product. With low installation costs, no system downtime, no capital outlay and effectiveness for 7-10 years, the return on investment with EndoTherm is less than one year with a lifetime saving for just one domestic installation of over 5 tonnes of embodied carbon.
Adrian Polak – Endotherm Sales Manager : “EndoTherm could be installed in every home, massively reducing carbon emissions and having a significant impact on fuel poverty. We are working hard to get the recognition by installers, homeowners, housing associations and other stakeholders. Winning the H&V Award is a fantastic opportunity for us to get the message out that EndoTherm is a quick and easy fix for energy reduction.”
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