Reduce Your Carbon Footprint with Voltis Home

Want to escape those daunting electricity bills which keep on growing? We have developed Voltis Home, the easiest way to bring them down again. Not only can you save money on your energy bills, Voltis Home also helps reduce your carbon footprint, keeping the planet a green environment. 

 About Our Voltis Home Energy Reduction Units:

  • Reduces energy usage and carbon footprint
  • Increases the life of household appliances
  • Easy to install by a qualified electrician
  • Greater savings compared to other systems



How Voltis Home Works 

Despite UK voltage being supplied at around 240 Volts electrical equipment, including everyday household appliances, actually works most efficiently at around 220 Volts. This not only means an over-supply of energy costing you substantial money, it can also damage and decrease the lifespan of your electrical goods.

As specialists in voltage optimisation (matching your electricity supply to your appliance needs) and domestic energy efficiency, our unique units can be installed quickly and easily by a qualified technician and can start saving you money immediately. With the display feature you can even see how Voltis Home saves electricity with the ‘voltage in’ and ‘voltage out’ calculations. 

By reducing your CO2 emissions, the units can also lower your carbon footprint helping to control issues with climate change.
As well as appliances, Voltis Home also ensures the lights in your home only use the required amount of voltage.

How Do I Get a Voltis Home Unit?

Suitable for virtually all homes, buying and installing our domestic energy efficiency units couldn't be easier. Simply ask an electrician to measure your incoming voltage supply; if the calculation is between 230 and 250 volts, your home is eligible.

If your single phase voltage appears to be below 230 volts,please call our friendly team for technical advice. Once your electrician has installed our voltage optimisation device you can then start taking advantage of much lower electricity bills. Voltis Home also requires no maintenance and is built to last a lifetime. 

Save electricity with Voltis

Voltage optimisation is a form of energy monitoring and a well established, proven technology. It works by controlling and maximising your power demand to meet the energy requirements of your electrical equipment. It also stops you from exceeding the amount of energy that is required. In essence, it allows you to use only what is needed, reducing the amount of energy you use and saving electricity.

By using voltage optimisation in your business, you will notice that your equipment utilises more energy than is required. Combating this will enable your business to help meet the UK’s climate change targets by partaking in a carbon reduction commitment.

Electricity supplied by the National Grid in the UK is approximately 242 volts. Our electrical equipment, however, is able to run at a supply of approximately 220 volts, allowing you to save electricity and help meet any Carbon Reduction Commitments. 

Voltis, intelligent power saving


Our Voltis voltage optimisation unit is designed to save electricity and control the level of energy you receive. When your equipment receives electricity at a higher voltage level than is showing in the above diagram, it is being over supplied. The equipment will continue to operate but will deal with the excess supply by generating more heat or vibration. The result is your equipment will wear out faster. As well as saving you money on your electricity usage, Voltis electricity usage monitors will reduce the rate at which you need to replace worn out equipment.

Voltis gathers the excess energy and converts your incoming mains supply into an amount that your equipment will require to run effectively. As an electricity usage monitor, Voltis will allow you to save money, help you meet your Carbon Reduction Commitments, save electricity and reduce your maintenance costs.

Voltis and Ohm’s Law

Voltage optimisation can be explained by using Ohm’s Law on the basis that:

Power = Voltage2 / Resistance


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