Low Carbon Solutions
At Baxi we're committed to lowering carbon emissions as much as we can and we are always exploring innovative ways to improve our products. These examples show how we achieve this.
We have a range of low carbon solutions including solar power and ground source heat pumps.
These technologies utilise energy from natural sources to provide efficient heat and hot water. A number of our low carbon technologies are MCS certified, meaning that they comply with the requirements set out by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme. For more information on our low carbon products visit our products and services page, to find which are MCS certified go to our MCS page.
Baxi Bioflo is Warwick District Council's off grid low carbon solution
As part of its environmental best practice policy, Warwick District Council is trialing the Baxi Bioflo biomass boiler, low carbon solution as part of a housing refurbishment in Warwick.
A1 Housing looks to Baxi Ecogen to cut fuel poverty and carbon emissions
A1 Housing manages 7,000 properties for Bassetlaw District Council across North Nottinghamshire. By 2020, A1 Housing aims to reduce carbon emissions by 20% and by 2013 to upgrade all its housing stock to Decent Homes standards.
Low carbon heating for Cornwall County Council
BDR Thermea has substantially improved energy efficiency and cut carbon emissions at Cornwall County Hall in Truro thanks to the installation of new Baxi high efficiency boilers, integrated with its innovative Multifit GasSaver heat recovery devices.
Havebury gains from Baxi Solarflo
A comprehensive heating and hot water solution from BDR Thermea, featuring renewable solar thermal technology, helped Havebury Housing Partnership secure Level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes for two new developments in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Baxi Bermuda in fuel poverty fight
A pensioner couple from Sunderland, Tyne and Wear saved a massive 34.8% on their first winter gas bill and are looking forward to continued savings, thanks to funding from north-east based Eaga plc and BDR Thermea.