Absolute Solar and Wind (ASAW) will be unveiling an exclusive new product at this year’s Royal Highland Show. As one of the UK’s longest-established renewable energy businesses, the team has established a strong track record within the farming community, by delivering energy solutions that help businesses become more efficient and profitable.
This year they will be launching the new Mini bems (building energy management system) control system which can save users up to 25% on their fuel bills by providing cloud based control systems for their energy solutions.
Commenting on the launch Graham Provest, ASAW’s Sales and Marketing Director said: “This will be our biggest-ever presence at the Royal Highland Show and we’re keen to let visitors see what we can offer to help them run their operations more efficiently and profitably.”
“The Mini bems fits neatly into our growing portfolio of technologies designed to provide our customers with the best possible solution for their location and their business.”
Graham and the team from Absolute will be on Stand 4,11th Avenue to show the company’s range of renewable energy technologies including CHP, Biomass, Wind Turbines and Solar PV.
In addition visitors will be able to talk to ASAW partners from Glenskinno Biofuels. The team behind the successful family estate near Montrose will be on hand to share their experience of establishing a biofuels business. Glenskinno Farm has a 1MW Fröling Boiler system and 100kw Northern Power wind turbine, both installed by ASAW. Initially launched in 2014, the installations have enabled the family to grow their business and become more sustainable by reducing costs and generating significant new income.
Over the past 10 years ASAW has worked with hundreds of customers, including major companies such as AG Barr, Mackies and Scottish Water, in areas as diverse as agriculture, hospitality, tourism, education and local government to deliver high quality, bespoke renewable energy systems.