Ecopilot Opens New Irish Office
Ecopilot are delighted to announce that they have opened a new Belfast office to promote their cutting-edge energy saving product throughout Ireland. The new location will accommodate the growth of its enterprise throughout the country.
Since its launch in Sweden Ecopilot, a division of Latour, has helped almost 1,000 buildings to reduce their carbon emissions and energy bills. All an end user needs is a BMS system, the more sophisticated the better, and Ecopilot will use a number of constantly varying data sources and the thermal mass of the building itself to vastly reduce the bought energy consumed on site.
Ryan McGee has joined the business as Sales & Marketing Director and will head up the Irish team.
McGee said of the developments;
“We are excited to introduce Ecopilot into the Irish market. The product is unique. Clients are looking for innovative, new, but proven technologies to reduce their energy consumption and carbon emissions. Ecopilot fits the bill perfectly. Our ability to commit to confirmed energy savings for a building without the need for further manual intervention is a major advantage for the client as they can be confident of what an Ecopilot integration will achieve.”
“Ecopilot entered the UK marketplace last year and this strategic expansion will give us a dedicated presence to further develop the Irish market. The Ecopilot solution has been very well received there and we see this as another positive step in the evolution of the UK & Irish business!” said Nick Kirby, Managing Director, Ecopilot UK.
Ecopilot NI can be contacted at
Scottish Provident Building.
7 Donegall Square West, Belfast,
County Antrim BT1 6JH
Tel: +44 28 909 129 72
-Ecopilot saves energy by utilising the free heat supplied to the building every day through computers, staff, lighting, etc. This heat is stored in the building’s walls, floors and ceilings as well as furnishings and thus the building works as a big thermos.
-Ecopilot coordinates the installed systems and takes into account the reality in terms of thermal storage capacity, indoor temperature, air quality and weather forecasts.
-Ecopilot also contributes to a more even indoor climate. Why waste resources by warming at night time and cooling during the day? Who drives a car by pressing the on the brake and the accelerator at the same time? By utilising the building’s ability to store energy, Ecopilot offers huge savings.
The technology is proven and has in turn led to overall average energy savings of c25%