• Sasie launches next Germany trip

      Following the amazing success of October’s STEM¬†trip, Sasie are excited to announce another sustainability trip in February 2016 to Wildpoldsried in Bavaria to study renewable energy and engineering. With the intention of encouraging women and girls into science and engineering career choices, Sasie will once again be taking 45 girls aged 16+ to Germany […]

  • STEM trip to Germany

    Sasie are excited to announce a forthcoming trip to Germany, aimed at promoting female talent in engineering and science subjects. We’ve won some funding from Erasmus+ to deliver a 2 week study trip to girls aged over 16 who are considering a career in the renewable energy or engineering industries, or who are just interested […]

  • 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 […]

  • Domestic RHI

    Today is a day that the renewable energy industry has been awaiting for many years- the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme has now gone live! The RHI is a government incentive where you are paid a specified amount of money (tax free!) for every kilowatt hour of energy generated by your solar thermal system, […]

  • 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 […]