press releases
press-releases

There’s always something happening at PassivSystems.

Here you will find our latest announcements.

26th June 2014

Colin Calder Joins The UCL International Advisory Board

Colin Calder Joins The UCL International Advisory Board. This appointment comes after four years of collaboration with UCL through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, joint doctoral studies and collaboration on commercial projects in the UK and Oman. Read More
2nd June 2014

UN Sustainable Energy For All Forum

PassivSystems, today announces that Colin Calder has been invited to join a panel discussion on “The Energy Trilemma: Catalysing Business Action”. Taking place between 4 – 6th June at the United Nations Headquarters, New York. Read More
7th May 2014

Re. AIM IPO Process

PassivSystems Limited today announces that the Board has taken the decision to postpone the AIM IPO process that the Company announced it had commenced on 31 March 2014. Read More
28th October 2013

PassivSystems to partner with Freetricity in £50m solar PV deal

PassivSystems today announced that it has been awarded an exclusive contract with Freetricity to provide the monitoring of a major ’free solar PV’ roll out campaign targeting an initial £50 million portfolio of rooftop solar photovoltaic systems in the UK. Read More
14th January 2013

PassivSystems secures contract to investigate domestic energy consumption in Oman with the Authority for Electricity Regulation

Working with the Authority for Electricity Regulation in Oman and the Energy Institute of University College London, PassivSystems will conduct a scoping study to research key characteristics of domestic energy consumption and gather the data required to inform policies to improve the efficiency of domestic energy consumption. Read More
15th May 2012

PassivSystems – Affordable Comfort For Homeowners

PassivSystems is a smart controls company that automates the management of home energy loads, providing optimised comfort while delivering significant savings in the range of 20% to 40%. The technology combines patent-pending learning algorithms based on building efficiency, occupancy patterns and weather data with onetouch control. Read More
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