The 2020s is the decade to decarbonise heat!

Our goal is to provide new and existing homes with a clear path to transition from fossil fuel heating to low and zero-carbon alternatives, enabling us to achieve our vision to make hot water cheaper, greener, and better for all.

The decarbonisation of water heating

At Mixergy we are focused on developing cost-effective and practical solutions which help to decarbonise the homes of today and tomorrow.

Through technology, we are unlocking ways for housebuilders, housing providers, architects, specifiers, and consultants to transition housing stock from fossil fuel heating to low and zero-carbon alternatives.

The policy roadmap has been set for households to move away from buying fossil fuels for heating. The future will see a mix of technologies including heat pumps, heat networks, and potentially switching the natural gas in the grid to low-carbon hydrogen.

Mixergy’s adaptive heating technologies provide a ‘no regrets’, flexible solution to support this transition in both new and existing homes.

Key UK Government milestones


Gas and oil boilers banned in new UK homes


Proposed end to new fossil fuel heating installs in off-gas grid homes


Target of 600,000 heat pump installs per year


Target for rented homes to reach EPC grade C (2035 for all homes)

New build housing

With easy connection to solar PV and heat pumps, Mixergy tanks provide a cost-effective and convenient way for new build developments to lower primary carbon consumption and achieve building regulations compliance.

Housing providers

We can support landlords in the transition to decarbonised heating, giving tenants a better, faster, and cheaper solution for their hot water needs whilst also reducing carbon emissions.

Improve the energy rating score of your housing stock

Mixergy tanks are the first product of its kind to be formally recognised  by the Building Research Establishment (BRE) in the SAP Appendix Q database for the unique carbon reduction benefits.

Because the Mixergy tank only heats what you need, it frees up maximum capacity in the tank to convert and store any excess solar energy that has been generated.

It is this ability to avoid water heating using a carbon-intensive source – such as a boiler or mains electricity – that allows it to significantly lower the carbon impact and improve the EPC score.

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