Melody Stokes

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  • SASIE launches DewTherm

    We have just launched our latest product, which tackles flooding issues, captures rainwater and offers a complete renewable energy package. The DewTherm system has been developed with funding from DEFRA and the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI). We were one of just six UK companies to win funding to develop new products that will help […]

  • SASIE’s low-carbon, modular house in the news

    Our LIME (Living in a Modular Environment) House project hit the headlines on Friday, with an article appearing in the Nottingham Post. This follows our success in winning a grant from the Nottingham City Council through the N’Tech programme. Earlier in the week, Councillor Nick McDonald, the Bulwell Forest Councillor responsible for Jobs and Growth, […]

  • Speaking to Nottingham

    SASIE’s Mo Kelly has been busy explaining the what, why and how of our various new projects at two key events in Nottingham this week. Nottingham’s GreenTech Network is a popular group, including 1,600 contacts, from 370 businesses and organisations involved in the CleanTech sector. This thriving pocket of ‘green’ activity has created 25 well-attended […]

  • Thinking ‘graphene’ in Manchester

    SASIE always aims to be at the cutting edge of sustainable energy. We spend many happy hours scheming new concepts and systems. So, when we heard about the exciting work that the University of Manchester is doing on graphene, SASIE’s creative thinking went into overdrive. Graphene is an amazing material. It is a single layer […]

  • Simplifying Solid Wall Insulation in Northern Ireland

    SASIE joined a host of product suppliers and installers at a collaborative workshop in Antrim this week. The Building Research Establishment, working with key partners, is managing a project with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive to find ways to install solid wall insulation more efficiently. The aim is to introduce lean manufacturing techniques, practised for […]

  • SASIE on a mission

    The UKTI invited SASIE, alongside five other UK organisations, to join a Trade Mission in Brazil to explore collaboration on Smart Grid systems. The tour included visits to six energy companies in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte. Research projects had been funded by the Brazilian energy regulator to explore smart metering, automated […]

  • SASIE in control

    SASIE’s passion is integrated renewable energy systems, linked to sophisticated storage and a smart controller to management the package. The Technology Strategy Board obviously liked the idea too as they provided grant funding to SASIE, in partnership with Loughborough University and supported by Simon Fanshawe at Gannet Solutions. The SmartNet project saw the development of […]