M&S to explore gas-saving additive for central heating

Marks & Spencer is to evaluate a central-heating additive that is claimed to be independently proven to reduce gas heating bills by 15%. The decision to try out EndoTherm from Endo Enterprises was made at the Big Innovation Pitch to M&S at the recent Ecobuild exhibition. The company will work with M&S to explore the possibility of applying the additive to the retailer’s estate.

Chris Marney, head of engineering and energy efficiency with M&S, said, ‘Endotherm’s potential to improve M&S’s heating efficiency and drive down gas consumption won it for them today. The Big Innovation Pitch has been a fantastic platform to witness innovations from small suppliers. This initiative has given M&S enhanced access to some great inventors.’

Dale Edginton, EndoTherm product manager, said: ‘We were delighted to be picked as a finalist of the Big Innovation Pitch at Ecobuild but to win is truly fantastic. We look forward to exploring the opportunity to work with M&S in the future.’

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