Panasonic Heating & Cooling is exhibiting at CIH - Housing 2022 this year in Manchester, 28-30 June, Stand E55.
Richard Bishop, UK and Ireland’s Head of Marketing for Panasonic, commented: “With the demand for more low carbon heating solutions for residential properties growing and the new SAP10 regulations coming in force in June 2022, housing providers need to ensure they are fully compliant and ready to switch to more renewable heating systems for their new build projects. Panasonic has developed a range of innovative low carbon heat pump solutions that are reliable, deliver energy efficient and cost-effective for residential and commercial markets. Housing 2022 provides the perfect platform to share with the industry the latest advances in renewable heat pump technology”.
On display during the show, Panasonic will be showcasing their Aquarea range of Air to Water Heat Pumps that offers domestic properties a more sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective energy source for not only heating homes but additionally they provide a supply of hot water. Furthermore, Panasonic experts will be on hand to demonstrate their intelligent range of remote smart controls to show how users can monitor and keep track of their energy usage to help cut costs and be more energy efficient.
Renewable professionals from Panasonic will be available each day at the show to discuss the most effective low carbon solutions and to run through how air source heat pumps can work for residential developments old and new.
The team is looking forward to sharing their expertise in the renewable sector during this significant industry event. Please do visit the Panasonic booth for advice on Stand E55 or contact a member of the team beforehand to arrange meeting - email email@example.com.
For more information on Panasonic’s Aquarea solutions, please visit www.aircon.panasonic.eu.
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