FairHeat is delighted to announce that its collaborative project with Notting Hill Genesis, Mildmay, has been shortlisted for the “Energy Project of the Year – Residential at The Energy Awards 2023.

The Mildmay project stands as a testament to FairHeat’s commitment to driving energy efficiency, sustainability, and innovation in the residential sector. This nomination recognises the project’s outstanding achievements in reducing energy consumption, cost, and carbon emissions.

Key Highlights of the Mildmay Project:

Notting Hill Genesis engaged with FairHeat to carry out an HIU retrofit and plantroom works at Mildmay. The objective was to optimise the heat network, addressing issues like high heating costs, system unreliability, and poorly performing Heat Interface Units (HIUs).

  • Significant reduction in gas consumption by around 39%.
  • A decrease of over 88.6 tonnes of CO2 emissions in a 6-month period.
  • Innovative solutions tailored to different Heat Interface Unit (HIU) types, leading to cost savings and efficient utilization of existing infrastructure.

Tom Naughton, Associate and Head of Operation at FairHeat, comments:

“Tackling climate change means improving our existing building stock. This isn’t a job for one person or one company – it’s a team effort that needs operators, consultants, and contractors to work closely together. In this respect, we’ve been incredibly fortunate to work with Notting Hill Genesis. Their commitment and energy have been essential to our mission and have led to substantial energy savings.
To actually see the improvement in the reliability and performance of the heat network over the duration of the project was fantastic. And most importantly, the impact it had on the residents living there, through reduced heating bills and a more reliable system.
Working with Notting Hill Genesis has been a genuine pleasure. Their commitment and partnership have been vital in our efforts to reduce the environmental impact of their buildings.”

Tom Naughton, Associate & Head of Operations, FairHeat

The Energy Awards seeks to highlight the best energy-saving projects in the residential property sector, both new builds and refurbishments/retrofits. The winners will be announced at awards ceremony on 4 October at the Grosvenor House Ballroom, Park Lane.

FairHeat extends its gratitude to all its partners, stakeholders, and the dedicated team members who have been instrumental in the success of the Mildmay project. The company remains optimistic and looks forward to the final results of the Energy Awards.