ThermOzone achieves Carbon Trust accreditation

ThermOzone, which specialises in upgrading and replacing older inefficient chillers, has achieved Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier status. The accreditation recognises the energy and lifetime savings made for clients by its ReChill and NuChill brands.

ThermOzone is only the third company in its industry sector to gain this accreditation. The others are Daikin UK, which has achieved Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier status for the second year running, and Emerson.

The ThermOzone accreditation provides potential clients with cost-effective finance options for energy-reduction projects, also supported by the Carbon Trust. The typical return on investment for a ThermOzone project is two to three years, and some projects have achieved payback within a year. They are not simple repairs but substantial investments, some in excess of £400 000.

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