Property Owners

We understand that commercial property owners must manage their electricity expenditures carefully to maintain a steady profit margin and stay in compliance with community standards. This is true regardless of the size and type of the holding entity – private landlords and houses with multiple occupation (HMO) must abide by the regulations imposed by the government alongside public housing councils and large real estate portfolio owners. It is therefore understandable why businesses from this sector are increasingly interested in the latest green energy-saving technologies.


UK landlords have the unenviable position of being responsible for ensuring a continuous supply of electricity to their tenants, without having direct agreements with power distribution companies. This gap can lead to an array of issues and even provide a cause for litigation. However, problems of this nature can be avoided with the help of a smart solution from EnviroTech, which acts as a virtual utility service and guarantees uninterrupted supply. By adopting a more sustainable approach, landlords can improve the experience of their tenants whilst maintaining margins.


Council houses

Council houses in England and Wales now have to consider the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) which came into force in 2018. EnviroTech’s energy-efficient technologies can help to support public housing projects where operating expenses often rely heavily on electricity consumption. Our green solutions can also be implemented on a budget and have the potential to decrease energy costs.



Owners of houses with multiple occupations (HMO’s) have to adhere to the same strict standards as landlords with much larger portfolios, and it can be challenging to stay on top of energy bills. EnviroTech has a range of solutions that can make HMO’s less dependent on the grid and reduce the amount of wasted energy. With our help, proprietors can meet both environmental standards and tenants expectations.


Landlords can create income streams by becoming the supplier of daytime electricity. EnviroTech can build bespoke solutions to make this happen.

Introducing EnviroTech Energy Station - A solution for Landlords, Councils and HMO.

Our Product Portfolio

Energy Storage
The world is about to witness a huge shift towards battery energy storage.
Energy storage fundamentally improves the way we generate, deliver and consume energy. Energy storage helps during emergencies like power outages from storms, equipment failure, accidents or even terrorist attacks.
Wind Farms
Wind energy is one of the most promising sustainable energy sources.
Considering all of its advantages over carbon-based sources, it’s not a surprise that many highly developed countries are prioritising this form of clean energy – in 2015 alone, 15,800 MW of wind power installations were added to the EU grid.
In the current climate, many companies are trying to decrease their carbon footprint to become more eco-friendly and qualify for government incentives..
Current programs include the Renewable Heat Initiative, adopting this approach could be the easiest solution for immediate improvement.
Virtual power plants are consisted of assets that can be scattered over a wide geographic area.
A virtual power plant typically includes at least one renewable energy source (wind, solar…), energy storage facilities, as well as several smart buildings connected into a mini-grid.
Air source heat pumps are one of the cleanest technologies available today.
With this incredible technology, it's possible to use the energy that is trapped in the air around us, and harness it for practical applications, such as heating buildings or boiling water.
Hydroelectric power is a very important source of energy worldwide, and is perhaps one of the best utilised sustainable resources.
This is despite the fact that other technologies like solar panels or geothermal pumps currently attract more attention.
Eliminate avoidable waste while ensuring that all energy needs are met, thus increasing your overall energy efficiency.
In some cases, companies can slash their energy bills by up to 40% by implementing simple measures such as optimisation of the heating system.
Leading energy companies are introducing more flexible schemes that could greatly benefit end-users.
Large energy spenders have a lot of incentives to take part in such programs and could, in fact, earn money in reward for their compliance with the requirements of a Demand Response program.
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