Eco-eye electricity monitors started as part of the Modern Moulds Group before becoming a separate company in 2012.
Trevor Pumphrey founded Eco-eye in 2008 when the recession hit and he identified a need for people to make savings anywhere they could. The problem with electricity is, that you can`t see what you`re using or wasting!
Eco-eye is now in its 8th Year of business and continuing to grow as electricity prices continue to soar. Eco-Eye saves people more and more money by simply showing them where their electricity is being used and reminding them to switch things off as opposed to leaving them on, and getting a shock when the bills come in.
Peter Longley has been working alongside Trevor very closely since 2008 and recently became the new Managing Director of Eco-eye.
Peter`s passion for saving energy is moving the Company forward in new directions with great energy saving products, including our latest Monitor for Solar PV and micro-generation (smart PV).
Our team at Eco-eye are passionate about our products and very keen to help and educate anyone interested in them, so if you have a question for us please give us a call and a member of our team will be happy to assist you in any way we can!
Our latest developments are a brand new range of Eco-eye energy saving products designed for computer integration, one of which incorporates a revolutionary mixed-signal technology in the Eco-eye sensor which eliminates the need for batteries.
DIY Week Product of the Year 2010: Eco-eye Mini wins Gold Award
We are ecstatic that our very own Eco-eye Mini has won gold… how much better can it get? We were up there with the big names in product design when the great and the good of the DIY industry gathered together recently at London’s Sheraton Park Lane Hotel for the Product of the Year Awards 2010.
Our representatives at Megaman did a great job in presenting Eco-eye…so good in fact, they picked up this prestigious Gold award for Eco-eye Mini!
Eco-eye Mini – Product of the Year 2010 Gold winners
We are ecstatic that our very own Eco-eye Mini has won gold… how much better can it get? We were up there with the big names in product design when the great and the good of the DIY industry gathered together at London’s Sheraton Park Lane Hotel for the Product of the Year Awards 2010.
Guests enjoyed a champagne reception, three-course lunch and superb entertainment from comedian Rufus Hound, who announced which products were this year’s Silver and Gold winners.
Hardware Product of the Year:
Gold: Megaman UK – Eco-eye Mini
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“I think that once people understand the great risks that climate change poses, they will naturally want to choose products and services that cause little or no emissions of greenhouse gases, which means ‘low-carbon consumption.’ This will apply across the board, including electricity, heating, transport, and food”. – Nicholas Stern