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Green initiative garners Euro recognition

Mitsubishi Electric’s green initiative - Green Gateway - has been acknowledged at the SEE Awards in Brussels as part of the 3rd Annual EU Sustainable Energy Week.

Mitsubishi Electric was shortlisted in the ‘Market transformation’ category. Green Gateway is targeted at helping its customers to reduce energy consumption.

The company’s green gateway manager, Martin Fahey said: “As one of the country’s largest suppliers of heating, cooling and ventilation equipment, we know that our products consume energy. We also know that modern life and legislation demand a comfortable, controlled internal environment, so buildings must have some equipment.

“We are using our market position to call for people to examine this equipment and make sure that it is as controllable as possible and is working as efficiently as possible, all of the time. That way, they will achieve indoor comfort while lowering emissions and helping to cut their fuel bills.

“The Green Gateway Initiative is not just about Mitsubishi Electric, it’s about helping anyone with a building reduce their environmental impact and it is very rewarding that this has been recognised at such a high level.”