Over the years, heating has become a major focal point of energy transition. Accordingly, domestic heating accounts for around 25% of global energy consumption1 while, in Europe alone, almost 50% of boilers are older than their technical lifetime (25 years)2.
To meet the global environmental challenge of managing household heating requirements more efficiently BOOSTHEAT has developed the BOOSTHEAT.20, a highly efficient heating solution that cuts energy consumption, emits no fine particles, uses a natural, non-polluting refrigerant (CO2), and harnesses the potential of renewable energy resources.
As part of its manufacturing activity, which is limited to assembly operations, BOOSTHEAT also takes into account environmental considerations by opting for equipment that produces the least possible amount of pollution. For example, the Company opted to use a solvent-free component cleaning machine. BOOSTHEAT has also set up a system for sorting and recycling its industrial waste with the support of three specialist companies (RDS, Trédi Séché and Epur). In addition, in February 2020 BOOSTHEAT committed to reducing its use of plastics, banning plastic cups and water containers in its premises and replacing them with water fountains connected to the mains drinking water supply, glasses, reusable bottles, jugs, cups and personalised mugs given to each staff member at Christmas.
The manufacture of a boiler and the special thermal compressor that goes with it requires the assembly of components and units sourced from around a hundred suppliers and subcontractors. 72% of its purchases are made in France and 95% in Europe (at 31 December 2019), which limits the Group’s carbon footprint.
1International Energy Agency data – https://iea.org/renewables2018/heat
22016 European Commission Report (An EU Strategy on Heating and Cooling).