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Samad Power was established in 2010. Since this time the company has developed the Turbo Green Boiler (TGB) technology from conceptual design to detailed design followed by the building of a demonstrator unit. Then the company received grant funding from EEDA and Innovate UK, and in June 2014 was awarded £800,000 of grant funding by UK DECC to further develop its technology to Technology Readiness Level 5 which means going from the laboratory to the field trial stage. In January 2015 Samad Power won the annual Rushlight Climate KIC prize of €100,000 award to the most innovative low carbon technology. Samad also came first in UK’s top Clean-tech venture competition in 2016 winning €20,000 prize.

In 2017 Samad power has also won 2 grants funding to develop the new version of its micro CHP boiler (TwinGen) and the renewable version (biomass) of its micro CHP technology.

Samad Power has been working under a joint development agreement for last 36 months with two boiler manufacturers on the development of a domestic gas boiler incorporating the Samad gas turbine unit. The boiler manufacturers have recognized the game changing potential of Samad Power’s key innovations and are looking to develop closer commercial relationships.



Samad Power’s MCHP product is designed to replace a normal boiler, using the same connections and with similar installation and maintenance requirements. The unit is wall mountable and does not require a separate boiler, maximizing its market potential.

Generate Electricity

Besides the generation of heat, the Turbo Green Boiler is also able to generate electricity that can be used for the home. The electricity that is not used can be sold to the grid to generate financial income.

Produce Savings

The key advantage of TGB is its capability for nearly full utilization of the available energy in the fuel. TGB offers high fuel savings; hence great benefit for the environment. Compared to the current boilers, the TGB boiler can save up to 20% of the energy bill.


The installation of the Turbo Green boiler is very easy. The replacement of existing boiler with TGB is also a smooth task. The use of TGB is very straight forward due to its automatic operation.

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What we offer

Samad power is pioneering micro gas turbine developer and manufacturer or core competency lies in low cost, compact and robust gas turbine technology systems. We serve several industries including power generations, civil aerospace, and oil and commercial/domestic boiler markets.

Currently the company is taking its first product (Turbo Green Boiler-TGB) through CE mark. The domestic micro-turbine CHP boiler is targeting 6+ bedrooms houses and commercial premises that have annual heat requirement between 60,000 kWh and 200,000 kWh.


Samad power`s micro CHP boilers is addressing the established boiler market where they offer a strong proposition to incumbent technologies across payback on incremental expense, physical footprint, heat delivery, maintenance requirements and overall projected lifespan.

The development of Samad’s commercial MCHP unit is nearing completion, with field trials in place and first commercial sales expected in 2018. The technology development is supported by an impressive and growing network of supply chain, assembly and market channel partners which will support Samad in delivering its products and growing its customer base.

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Financial Benefits

The approximate 25% cost saving in energy bills and the potential cash return through the Feed-In Tariffs are undoubtedly presenting a unique benefit to the potential users. The TGB can generate, in average, £800 cash per annum for a typical UK household.

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