Mitsubishi Electric’s Ultra Quiet Ecodan air source heat pump range has been presented with the Renewable Energy Technology of the Year award at the Energy Awards 2019, which recognises and rewards excellent and intelligent energy use.
Over 500 energy industry professionals gathered at the ceremony in London to celebrate the achievements of the best in the industry across twenty categories, which recognised products, projects and employees. The entries were judged by a panel of 15 industry experts from organisations including ENGIE, Ofgem and Carbon Trust, who voted Mitsubishi Electric’s Ultra Quiet Ecodan as the renewable energy technology product of the year.
“We are delighted to receive another prestigious accolade for the Ultra Quiet Ecodan, and it is testament to the 10 years our team has spent refining Ecodan into a super quiet heat pump that specifically addresses the increasingly important issues of noise and energy efficiency in our built-up environment” explains Max Halliwell, communications manager for renewable heating at Mitsubishi Electric.
As heat pumps are adopted in more homes to help meet the government’s target of one million installations a year by 2030, will noise will become an increasingly important factor and with a sound pressure level of just 45 dB(A), the Ultra Quiet Ecodan meets permitted development requirements.
The system is also A++ ErP rated, meaning it meets the highest standard outlined by the Energy related Products Directive associated with reducing energy usage to meet EU targets.
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