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Birds eye view of the Dyson UK technology campus.

Sustainability at Dyson

Engineers instinctively look to improve efficiency and make things work better. We always try to do more with less, in the right way – whether in engineering, education, farming or good works.

Person holding the old and new Dyson digital motors.

Doing more with less

The less raw material we use, the less energy-intensive processing is required. As we develop our technology further, and people increasingly use renewable energy, the impact will reduce further still.

Dyson graduates throwing their mortar boards in the air.

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology

The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology educates through engineering, with undergraduates working on everything from pollution-sensing backpacks to helping develop new technologies.

Energy-promoting solar panels.

Renewable energy on campus

Our newest UK research, design, and development space is equipped with solar panels – producing enough energy to power the entire building. A ground source heat pump under the car park saves energy by regulating the temperature inside the building and keeping our IT server centre cool.

We’re installing new energy monitoring equipment across all our sites for further savings, including thermal drone imaging across our buildings to help identify leaks and ensure our buildings were as efficient as possible.