Sabien wins energy saving contracts

Watford-based Sabien Technology Group has won orders worth £70,000 to install its M2G energy saving technology in the offices of Deutsche Bank and O2.

Sabien aims to help private and public sector organisations manage their carbon emissions through the use of proven technology which reduces energy consumption by up to 35 per cent.

The order with O2 is the result of a pilot at two locations which demonstrated average energy savings of 27 per cent and 16 per cent, a total of 982 tonnes of carbon saved during that pilot period. It also delivered a positive return on investment at each site in less than 14 months and seven months respectively.

Paul Eggleton, Energy Manager at O2, said: ‘We have been very impressed with the performance of the M2G units. They have lived up to all expectations and because they are so easy to fit there was no interruption in service to the two trial buildings.

‘We are now rolling out M2G to other corporate offices in our portfolio and look forward to seeing significantly reduced gas bills. The payback period is very good and we would recommend these to anyone with gas consuming sites.’

Sabien was set up in 2004 to commercialise M2G an energy saving technology which reduces gas consumption used in commercial boilers.