WELCOME TO MIXERGY
A MORE EFFICIENT WAY TO HEAT YOUR WATER
At Mixergy, we’re taking a fresh approach to hot water in our mission to decarbonise the home and wider energy networks.
The Mixergy tank is a premium stainless steel cylinder designed to optimise energy consumption, improve utilisation of renewable energies and enable intelligent control over water usage. Our cylinders, which can be configured as open-vented or pressurised, can heat with all conventional and renewable heat sources. Internet connectivity means the Mixergy tank is primed for users to benefit from dynamic Time of Use tariffs.
HEAT WHAT YOU NEED
Unlike conventional hot water tanks which heat all or nothing, Mixergy’s novel top-up technology enables you to selectively heat what you need.
Compared to a conventional cylinder, Mixergy achieves:
Usable hot water delivered up to 5x faster
Up to 5-20% savings on hot water bills
Up to 30% more usable hot water delivered
Increased utilisation of PV within the household
EST Verified to reduce gas consumption by up to 21%
Amazon Alexa voice control
Visibility of state of charge (know how much water you have at any time)
Heat pump ready
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