Date Description
09 Apr 2018 Henderson Group achieve 80% reduction in energy consumption with EC upgrade

"Society is facing considerable challenges in the light of global warming and world population growth. And so the top priority for supermarket retailers has to be to reduce energy consumption.​" - Tony Wright, Divisional Director at ebm-papst UK.

25 Jan 2018 Retrofit makes departure more relaxed

When the fan in the Air Handling Unit that serves the check-in area failed, Birmingham Airport urgently needed a replacement. The solution was a completely new FanGrid system.

30 Aug 2017 EC pump motor designed by ebm-papst for the Cornelius’ ecoFLO® Smart Pump System cuts energy use by 50% for large UK pub retailer

One of the UK’s largest pub retailers and brewers has cut the energy used by its beer cooling systems by more than 50%, through investing in the ecoFLO® Smart Pump System. This system uses an EC pump which has been specially developed by ebm-papst. EC technology gives you high performance, silent speed control and long life expectancy in a product which is the same size as the old, power hungry AC products it replaces.

15 Aug 2017 Halving power consumption at the Scottish Parliament

ebm-papst worked with Airedale International on a fan upgrade project at the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh.

15 Aug 2017 UBS achieves award-winning energy savings

UBS operates a 130,000 sq ft data centre in west London which is fundamental to the operation of the firm’s global banking systems. Within this site there were a number of misson critical Down Flow Units (DFUs) operating around the clock to sustain the required operating conditions for the computer equipment in the data centre.

15 Aug 2017 Dramatic reduction in energy use for Diamond Light

ebm-papst worked together with Cinque Energy Solutions and Stulz to provide energy saving solutions for Diamond Light Source, one of the UK’s leading scientific organisations.

15 Aug 2017 £500,000 Savings at Marks and Spencer

ebm-papst partnered with AB Group to roll-out 1,404 fans and 258 condensers in 152 Marks and Spencer stores across the UK and Ireland. The new technology will substantially improce the energy performance of the refrigeration systems in the stores with total annual financial savings estimated to be over half a million pounds.