Supply and Installation of Low and Zero Carbon Technologies

26th November 2021, 11:43 am

Thermatic Homes are delighted to announce that we have been appointed on to a £1.3 billion framework to supply and install low and zero carbon technologies by Procure Plus.

The supply and installation of low and zero carbon technologies framework is for suppliers and installers covering air and ground source heat pumps, solar photovoltaic and energy storage systems, and heat interface units.

Thermatic Homes will be installing Air Source Heat Pump systems, Solar PV and Energy Storage Systems in the North West and Yorkshire & Humberside.

Suppliers and contractors appointed to the framework agreement will be required to work collaboratively to increase energy efficiency within buildings across both social housing and the wider public sector.

“I would like to congratulate my entire team for their input to this hugely valuable win! It has been a long time in the making and this result makes it all worthwhile. It has been a pleasure watching the renewables team grow in terms of numbers and capabilities over the past few years and will also be a pleasure to see that hard work put into action on this framework, well done all!!” Karl Wallace, Managing Director of Thermatic Homes.

“This is a huge milestone for Thermatic Homes, and the award is testament to the incredible effort put in by everyone involved. Our renewables division has seen huge growth over the last 2 years and were excited to start delivering works on the framework.” Martin Lee, Sustainable Energy Manager.

About Thermatic Homes

Thermatic Homes is a national M&E contractor based in Greater Manchester that provides a one-stop solution for housing associations, from mechanical and electrical services, to build services, renewable energy installations and training.

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