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WHAT MIXERGY CAN OFFER
Mixergy’s smart hot water products offer developers the ability to lower primary carbon consumption easily, whilst taking full advantage of interfacing with renewable (solar & heat-pump) and smart-home technologies. Deploying Mixergy’s smart hot water cylinders on projects enables maximum energy performance (EPC/SAP) and customer experience. Mixergy helps developers to use smart hot water technology as a sales enabler too, driving new-build user experience. Our smart sensor technology measures, monitors and optimises energy use to empower end-users to save money on energy bills. We make it easy to incorporate Mixergy into your design with easily downloadable schematics and AutoCAD & Revit. files.
Integrate with renewables technologies for increased SAP points
Reduce the running costs of your buildings and use as much f your own renewable energy as possible.
Reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint at the design stage and throughout the buildings life.
HOW MIXERGY OPERATES WITH BOILERS
HOW MIXERGY OPERATES WITH SOLAR
BENEFITS TO END USERS
1. Reduce running costs
Mixergy cylinders can reduce hot water running costs by up to 40%. If installed with a solar PV system, users can double their capacity to store free self-generated energy with Mixergy’s top-up technology, lowering bills even further.
2. Save space
Faster re-heat times and reduced temperature dilution enable a 30% smaller cylinder to be installed without loss of performance to the customer.
3. Smart control
The Mixergy platform easily integrates with other smart home management devices, such as Nest, Tado and Hive.
MIXERGY DESIGN DOWNLOADS
Electrical & mechanical schematics
AutoCAD & Revit. library
WHAT WE'RE UP TO
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