ThermaFY Group is partnering with National Grid to improve home energy efficiency
Our new pilot project
ThermaFY Group is delighted to announce that we are partnering with National Grid in a pilot project to help its employees understand more about the energy efficiency of their homes and take positive steps to a Net Zero future!
“We are delighted to be working with National Grid, helping their employees understand more about the energy efficiency of their homes and taking positive steps to a Net Zero future.” – Scott Fairburn, CEO, ThermaFY
As part of National Grid’s week-long activities for Earth Day, National Grid has partnered with ThermaFY to launch a pilot programme that will provide 200 home energy assessments for their UK employees!
We are already seeing incredible enthusiasm and engagement from National Grid’s employees. Within 2 days almost 200 people have expressed an interest in “ThermaFYing” their homes!
We are proud to be working with National Grid after COP 26 to help implement their vision of a clean energy future and to help save the planet one home at a time!
Why is home energy efficiency important?
Up to 80% of heating systems in the UK are inefficient. By taking simple, cost-effective actions you can significantly improve the efficiency of your home, lower energy usage and help tackle rising bills. With energy supply and fuel prices dominating the headlines, and affordability a worry for many in the UK, ThermaFY provides an opportunity to find out how effective your home heating system is and start taking steps now to lower emissions and make your home more energy efficient in time for next winter.
What does ThermaFY do?
ThermaFY Group is a thermal analysis software and data company providing impartial, expert advice. ThermaFY specialises in thermal imaging and data analysis. Its technology has been used during the pandemic to take temperature checks on people entering hospitals, and the same specialist scanning software is used to conduct a thermal assessment of a building’s entire heating system.
How can you ThermaFY your home to improve your energy efficiency today?