Our Key Values

Helping businesses to be efficient

We believe that the need to change touches all those involved in the development and renovation of building stock, both commercial and domestic. As well as increasing the efficiency of the fabric of buildings, new technologies and new ways of thinking are needed which is why our overriding philosophy and our innovative solutions position us as market leaders.


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Providing innovative products

We pride ourselves in delivering innovative, high performing and competitive systems with low running costs and reduced carbon emissions. Our versatile product range is driven by advanced technology in order to meet the latest legislation and regulations - all designed specifically with our customers in mind.


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A Green Philosophy

To celebrate our 100th birthday in 2021, Mitsubishi Corporation has developed its Vision 2021 which sets out our guiding principles in achieving sustainability in all we do. This vision builds on a long-standing narrative behind our Eco Changes philosophy in line with our Corporate Strapline of Changes for the Better.

In the UK we have translated this to our Green Gateway approach to show how important it is to reduce energy use in the built environment, and identify just how many solutions and skills already exist.


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Educating the next generation

The Learning Curve is an award-winning, inspirational educational programme which aims to teach the energy consumers of tomorrow all about renewable technologies and the importance of energy conservation. Thousands of primary school children have already taken part in The Learning Curve since its launch in the autumn 2011 and in 2014 we created a partnership the Wigan Warriors Foundation Trust.


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Developing Partnerships

From June 2018 we became a new official partner of Special Olympics GB. As the largest provider of a year-round, all ability, sports programme in Great Britain, Special Olympics GB supports over 10,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities on a continued basis. This partnership encourages employees to volunteer at Special Olympics GB’s regional events and have a presence at the 40th Anniversary Games in Stirling in August 2018.


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The Recycling Programme

We have developed a recycling programme for end-of-life air-conditioning units and heating units. In partnership with 3rd party recycling companies this service will give you an easy to use and certificated route for disposal of end of life equipment. At Mitsubishi Electric we are committed to recycling as one of our core corporate commitments within Environmental Vision 2021. This is also reflected in the way we do business within the UK with our Green Gateway.


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Climaveneta Acquisition

From the 1st January 2018, Climaveneta becomes a branded product family within the Mitsubishi Electric portfolio, in a move which allows the company to access the UK’s Chiller market with an advanced range of products that will now be supported by Mitsubishi Electric’s strong commitment to quality and service.

The announcement shows how serious Mitsubishi Electric is about delivering a complete solution for any building or sector. 

Not only can customers now purchase market-leading air conditioning, heating and ventilation products from us, they are now able to access state-of-the-art, dedicated air handling units and Chiller technology. 


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History

2017

  • Low GWP R32 air conditioning products launch in the UK in line with the F-Gas phase down
  • Climaveneta Chiller and air handling units join the Mitsubishi Electric product portfolio
  • RC Group IT Cooling products join the Mitsubishi Electric product portfolio
  • Fan assisted i-Life 2Slim radiator added to heating portfolio

2016

  • Mitsubishi Electric announces the purchase of DelClima and the Climaveneta and RC Group brands
  • Automatic 3-D i-See temperature sensor introduced for air conditioning units
  • Ecodan CO2 unit launched to satisfy new-build heat loads

2015

  • Hybrid VRF air conditioning hits the UK market to increase comfort and remove the need for leak detection
  • E-Series Chiller offers advanced, inverter-driven performance available off-the-shelf
  • ME Engineer App launched to put up-to-the-minute information in installers hands
  • Ecodan range awarded A++ energy rating
  • Ecodan heat pump launched with plate heat exchanger to increase efficiency
  • Up to 960kW of renewable heating available with new ground or water-source heat pump
  • Automatic drop down grille introduced to ease maintenance
  • Hatfield HQ improvements cut 'E' energy rating to a 'B'

2014

  • City Multi VRF includes world’s first aluminium heat exchanger
  • National apprenticeship scheme launched to train the air conditioning engineers of the future
  • The Learning Curve creates a partnership with Wigan Warriors Foundation Trust

1969 - 2013

2013

  • Mitsubishi Electric launches R&D Centre for UK housing in Livingston
  • Community heating scheme receives renewable heating from the river Thames

2011

  • Mitsubishi Electric celebrates 90th anniversary
  • Commercial renewable CAHV air source heat pump launched
  • The Learning Curve primary school educational programme launched

2007

  • The Green Gateway philosophy is launched in the UK
  • Ecodan renewable heating system launched in the UK

2006

  • The Headquarters office at Hatfield was refurbished and upgraded with full conference facilities

1996

  • Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. established as a branch in the UK

1994

  • Air Conditioning production started in Livingston, Scotland

1988

  • Sales and distribution moves to the current HQ in Hatfield, Herts

1978

  • Mitsubishi Electric opens a sales, distribution and service centre in Watford, Herts

1969

  • First Mitsubishi Electric office opened in London