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Nearly CO2-free heating for 90 households

Panasonic has annouced the start of its CO2-saving energy solution for the smart city project, Future Living Berlin. The urban beacon is an important project in the company’s wider smart cities portfolio, which contribute to its focus on the decarbonisation of society.

The installation in Berlin combines both green and sustainable and digital and connected living. It is realised through the installation of smart energy solutions including Panasonic’s air to water heat pumps, photovoltaic (PV) panels and storage batteries integrated into an intelligent and efficient energy management system.

Junichi Suzuki, chairman and chief executive of Panasonic Europe B.V said: 'We bring to the project over 60 years of heating and cooling expertise alongside decades in PV and battery solutions and a passion for innovations that will shape the future for generations to come.'

 

13 July 2020

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