Thursday, February 17, 2011

News: VO4Home at Ecobuild 2011


Rotherham-based VO4HOME, the developers of the new energy saving, carbon reducing solution for the home, will be exhibiting at Ecobuild 2011.

The exhibition and conference, which is being held at the ExCeL centre, in the Docklands, London, from March 1 - 3, will showcase the latest developments in design, construction and the built environment.

VO4HOME is designed to maximise the delivery of energy into the home to 220V/230V. Currently the voltage supplied to homes by UK energy companies averages 242V, while electrical equipment in the home is designed to operate on 220V/230V.

The innovative system, which is based on proven technology currently used by many commercial electricity users, allows households to reduce their carbon footprint by an average of 330 – 500 lbs per year, save between £90 and £150 annually on electricity bills and prevent wear and tear, normally caused by electrical over supply and power surges, on household appliances.

So confident are VO4HOME that the solution can save households a minimum 10% on their electricity consumption over the course of a 12 month period, that they will refund customers £100 if they do not achieve the saving. This is redeemable with a voucher that is provided as part of the product package.

Geoff Clifton business development manager at VO4HOME said: "VO4HOME provides households with a quick, cost effective way to make tangible savings on energy consumption. Not only does it come with a five year product guarantee but payback is usually within five years, which means that it is a commercially sound investment."

Also exhibiting at Ecobuild will be MET-UK, the vocational training provider for the construction industry with a large training facility in Rotherham

VO4HOME website
MET UK website


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