Sabien’s profits grow as clients’ energy use falls

Sabien, boiler, dry cycling
Technology that sells — Alan O’Brien with Sabien’s controller for reducing boiler dry cycling.

Sabien Technology, which is best known for its system for reducing the dry cycling of boiler plant, has reported a 32% increase in sales and a 63% increase in pre-tax profits for the six months to the end of 2011. New orders of over £1.5 million were received in the first six months of the current financial year, and £354 000 in January 2012. Sales for indirect partners such and FM and M&E companies increased by 21% compared to the same period in the previous year.

CEO Alan O’Brien observes, ‘The increasing demand for our M2G boiler-load optimiser reinforces the significant role it plays in reducing organisations’ energy consumption and carbon emissions. Our strength lies in our technical and operational knowhow and expertise in delivering multi-site nationwide project management and M2G installations, where realisation of savings benefits are vital to success.’

Clients include BT, Lincolnshire County Council, DECC, CLG, Aviva, Vodafone and Defra. Indirect partners include G4S, Vinci FM, Norland Managed Services and SSE Contracting.

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