Mitsubishi Electric has launched a series of podcasts which shine a light on the sustainable, zero carbon and legislative issues affecting business today.
The ‘Ask ME’ podcasts cover a range of important topics, including corporate sustainability, decarbonising buildings, re-opening offices, new innovative HVAC technologies and how to improve indoor air quality, among many others.
The series, which is available to stream via Spotify or Apple Music, features interviews with special guests and industry experts, including The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) Chairman, Nathan Wood discussing the importance of indoor air quality. Listeners will hear first-hand about common problems that guests have experienced in their sectors and any changes they have had to make.
“We have a great line-up for our series and are thrilled to share these with the industry as we believe that open discussion around major topics can help increase understanding for everyone,“ said Sharon Oliver, marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electric. “We will cover a broad range of the major issues with guests providing advice and support on how businesses can maximise efficiency and carbon reduction while minimising costs.”
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