Viessmann will undertake a five-day roadshow across much of the UK in July, targeting residential and renewable installers seeking to explore the next generation of heating solutions.
Taking place from July 18-22, each of the five days of the Viessmann Truck Tour 2022 will be staged at a different location, from the base of a striking ‘Viessmann orange’ Mercedes-Benz Actros truck. The roadshow starts in Leeds before heading to Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bristol, Basingstoke and finishing at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, near Cambridge.
At each location, attendees will be given an insight into Viessmann’s energy transition and sustainability vision, and how a range of Viessmann products, including the new generation Vitocal 150-A/151-A air source heat pumps, will play their part.
Chris Leech, Viessmann customer relationship marketing manager, said: “With heat pumps set to become the mass market product of the future, there is no better time for installers to come along and see how our Vitocal range can slot into existing properties as boiler replacements, providing carbon saving for their customers. In today’s climate, it has never been more important to demonstrate real solutions to energy transition challenges.”
To find out more about the tour and its itinerary, and to register a place at any of the five locations, follow this link.
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