Highly Commended: EcoLogic Solar

Our latest Oasis Welfare unit innovation - EcoLogic Solar, has been Highly Commended for ‘Innovation of the Year (non-contractor)’ at this year’s Construction News Specialists Awards. Thank you and well done to everyone involved in the development of our most solar powered, most silent, and lowest carbon welfare unit to date. Read comments from the judges below...

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A big step towards net-zero instant start welfare 

Last night, we were extremely pleased to be Highly Commended for the Innovation of the Year (non-contractor) Award with our Oasis EcoLogic Solar welfare units, at the Construction News Specialists Awards.

Well done and thank you to everyone that played a part in creating our most solar powered, most silent and lowest carbon welfare unit to date.

What did the judges say?

Everyday site cabins being brought up to modern methods with environmental benefits clearly evident by reducing and monitoring energy use, progress with design in site accommodation clearly evident to address much needed net zero carbon targets.

Advanté has sought to cut the carbon footprint of welfare cabins by developing units that meet the bulk of their power needs through solar generation. The EcoLogic Solar welfare units it now produces feature a hybrid power system, with a large solar array backed up by a low-carbon, low-noise LPG generator. The package also includes telematics to monitor energy performance.

The next generation of Oasis Welfare units.

Advanté’s innovation success has been driven by the ever-changing welfare needs of the Construction Industry.  In response to our clients’ ESG and sustainability aims, and UK Government’s Net Zero Carbon targets, we created our next generation of market-leading Oasis Welfare units – EcoLogic Solar.

We have supplied UK construction sites with low carbon welfare units since 1998, using LPG as a greener alternative to diesel from day one. Further reduction of carbon has always been at the forefront of product development, and we launched our first EcoLogic hybrid range in 2011.

In our mission to decarbonise instant start welfare even further, we developed a new solar hybrid welfare unit that could be largely powered by carbon-free energy, with solar and increasingly sophisticated telematics to ensure optimum efficiencies. EcoLogic Solar welfare units provide our clients with a sustainable low-carbon option to provide site welfare.

Our journey to decarbonise instant-start-welfare even further, has only just begun.  Advanté will be introducing BioLPG, a non-fossil fuel renewable energy, when it becomes more widely available, resulting in further carbon reduction.

EcoLogic Solar welfare units not only provide a solution for low carbon welfare, but have far wider reaching benefits and positive impacts, not only on the environment, but on the community and staff wellbeing as well, particularly due to the low-noise technology, space efficient unit design and 24/7 drying room facilities.

Looking inside EcoLogic 1750 Solar welfare unit

What to expect when you hire an Oasis EcoLogic Solar welfare unit:

  • EcoLogic Solar hybrid technology = low carbon and low noise welfare
  • Minimal reliance on already low-carbon, low-noise LPG generator
  • Large solar array with increased carbon-free electrical power supply
  • Intelligent telemetry system monitors and improves performance
  • Reliable welfare with low user intervention = trouble-free operation
  • Improved energy efficiency and reduced running costs
  • Two separate toilets = inclusive welfare facilities for any gender

Benefits to the wider Construction Industry:

  • Impressive carbon reduction for self-contained welfare units
  • Mainly silent-running welfare = happy neighbours
  • Positive environmental, community and staff impact
  • Promotes wellbeing and positive image of construction

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