EndoTherm is delighted to have been chosen a finalist in the National Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards 2017 amongst the UK’s top energy efficiency products, service providers and innovators.


EndoTherm Energy Saving Additive has already won the Small Scale Project of the Year (under £250k) category at the North West Regional Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards 2017 and is looking to follow up this success at the annual awards and dinner this Friday.

The National Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards launched in July 2015 following changes to government policies in energy efficiency. The goal of the awards is to provide public recognition for the excellent work the energy efficiency sector is doing implementing schemes that help homeowners and businesses to reduce their energy bills, tackle fuel poverty and reduce carbon emissions.

EndoTherm is proud to be listed as a finalist in three fiercely contested categories namely Product of the Year, Supplier of the Year and Small Project of the Year.

Benjamin Sallon – Managing Director of Endo Enterprises says:

“The recognition EndoTherm has received to date are milestones in our journey of innovation and the driver to continuously exceed performance expectations, it is again an honour to be a finalist at a prestigious event celebrating the energy efficiency sector.”

EndoTherm is verified by Energy Saving Trust and has already been recognised by several prestigious awards like the CIBSE (Building Performance Awards) Product of the Year 2016, H&V (Heating and Ventilation) News Awards 2015: Domestic Product of the Year in addition to winning Ecobuild’s 2015 Big Innovation Pitch for M&S.

If you would like to find out how EndoTherm can help you achieve your sustainability targets, contact us on 01925747101 or use the contact section of site.