Energy consultancy FairHeat has welcomed two junior members to its team as it continues to expand.
The company, which was founded in 2015, works with a number of high-profile developers and housing associations across London to optimise heat network efficiency.
It has brought two Junior Heat Network Engineers on board as it continues to win work.
Dan Staunton and Freddie Valletta will work alongside Managing Director Gareth Jones, Senior Mechanical Engineer Tom Naughton and external consultant Martin Crane of Carbon Alternatives.
Both Dan and Freddie join FairHeat from university, having completed masters in Chemical Engineering at Manchester University and Cambridge University respectively.
Dan Staunton MEng, said: “It’s great to have the chance to work for an exciting, fresh and expanding company.
“FairHeat’s ethos and its ambition to reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions and help improve the quality of life for residents ticked all the boxes for me.”
FairHeat is an energy consultancy with a mission to get the best out of the UK’s heat networks, saving heat network operators and their residents, money and resources.
Founded by leading heat network innovators, FairHeat’s knowledge and experience enables it to take an uncompromising approach to reducing capital expenditure and increasing system efficiency.
Freddie Valletta MEng, said: “Already Dan and I are involved in projects that see us analyse performance data to identify opportunities for improvement.
“FairHeat is unique in its approach to heat network efficiency. For new build schemes we review heat network performance, carry out commissioning testing onsite and relay information and proposed improvements back to the client.”
FairHeat has unrivalled exposure to system performance data derived from multiple live networks, extensive analysis of the impact of system interventions, along with in-depth testing of heat network hardware.
Its clients include Mount Anvil, Camden Council, Octavia Housing, The Guinness Partnership and Network Homes.
Gareth Jones, Managing Director of FairHeat, said: “Freddie and Dan represent the future of heat network design and efficiency and it’s great to be able to impart some of the lessons we have learned over the years.
“Within a year we have almost doubled in size and this expansion is thanks to our approach to efficiency, through data driven interventions and drive for continuous improvement.
“We want to be able to continue and bring fresh new talent into the sector to ensure heat networks are as efficient as they can be.”