bluecarbon’s Ultra eco has been on the market in the UK for a year, but the business has only started marketing recently.

Marketing director, Andy de Sallis, told edie the company was in talks with a supermarket too, but didn’t want to discuss it further as it was in the ‘early stages’.

Mr de Sallis explained the company is already making waves pointing to a casestudy with landscaping product giant Marshalls.

Simply by installing the Ultra eco in the company’s manufacturing plant on an old cement mixer, used to make paving stones composites, the company has cut its energy use by 40.9% – based on kWh consumption.

Mr de Sallis said: “It is a unique technology that reduces kWh consumption, electricity costs and carbon emissions by up to 23%, while delivering a shorter return on investment than other energy reduction technologies.

“To date more than 3,500 installations of Ultra eco across Europe have saved businesses in excess of £5m in energy costs and over 38m Kg of carbon emissions.

“Ultra eco does not reduce or affect the supply voltage and will not interfere in any way with the operation of any equipment.”

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