Honeywell has won the Energy Award for its evohome Wi-Fi connected, multi-zone, heating control system.
Honeywell, a global leader in home comfort for more than 125 years, was named winner of the Smart Product of the Year category with its evohome heating control, for its ease of installation and use, as well as its ability to deliver energy efficiency.
The evohome was one of the first fully connected and zoned heating systems on the market which allowed consumers to have more control over their home’s heating and energy consumption, by enabling the heating control of up to 12 zones. evohome can be installed without disrupting existing pipework, fixtures, fittings, and décor, which was recognised by the judges. Similarly, the simplicity of evohome’s touchscreen control and the remote access via smartphone or tablet, which increases energy efficiency and maximises comfort.
“evohome is one of our flagship products, so for it to be recognised as an example of best practice is a tremendous honor for us,” said Andy Mansfield, Marketing Communications Manager at Honeywell. “Honeywell prides itself on listening to the market and providing both installers and homeowners with sophisticated heating controls, which have ease of use at their core. We always look to increase energy efficiency while providing simple comfort control for today’s homeownersIt’s great to see that the industry has highlighted evohome for doing just this.”
The Energy Awards are the height of recognition for annual industry achievements. The energy industry elite gathered in November at the Hilton Park Lane in London for a night of celebrations and acknowledgment of the sector’s achievements.
Andrew Gaved, part of the RAC judging panel, added: “These awards are imperative, given that energy is such a vital part of business and domestic life. The winners that we celebrate here are in the front line of managing energy, reducing energy consumption, and promoting best practice for their employees and customers. They have shown a great deal of innovation in the process.”