A short new documentary-style film exploring the use of renewables technologies in all types of buildings ‘where we live and work’ has been produced by Dimplex, the authority in renewables and electric heating market leader.
The film, entitled ‘Living and Working’ focuses on a wide variety of different projects where heat pumps, solar thermal and solar PV technologies are in use. It examines the different challenges faced by specifiers and end users in maximising energy savings, in public and private buildings including an RNLI lifeboat station, a Hertfordshire school, the award-winning and historic Castle Howard and McCarthy and Stone retirement home apartments.
The film, which is available on a free DVD, can also be seen on the Dimplex website and the Dimplex You Tube channel (www.youtube.com/dimplexinfo) and is designed to provide inspiration for anyone involved in choosing renewables, explains Karen Trewick, Dimplex’s marketing communications manager.
“Although we have been involved in renewables for over 30 years, it’s still a relatively new concept for the UK and lots of people want to see the proof that the technology works. This film includes interviews with real users and the issues they had to resolve with their particular project,” she says.
The ‘Living and Working’ film is just part of a comprehensive package of informative material from Dimplex which provides installers and specifiers with collateral to educate and inform prospective customers as part of Dimplex’s commitment to growing the market.