Vaillant is set to host a series of UK-wide open days to demonstrate the role of renewable technology in reducing fuel poverty and carbon emissions for the social housing sector to landlords, renewables installers and councils.
The Sustainable Heating days will be held at Vaillant’s head office in Belper, Derbyshire, and Centres of Excellence in Elland (West Yorkshire), Bristol, Cambridge, Maidstone and Scotland from 13 February 2014. The events will focus on educating landlords on how to access government funding and examples of Vaillant renewables projects to show the technology in action.
Speeches at the event will be given by guest speakers from leading partners and the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC). A prize draw of £1,000 towards a Community Investment fund for landlords will be held at the close of each event.
“Renewable technology can deliver significant savings for the social housing sector, and play a significant role in reducing fuel poverty. It’s extremely rewarding to share our renewable expertise with this audience as part of our commitment to the social housing sector,” said John Bailey, commercial and renewables system director at Vaillant.
To attend and to find out more about dates and locations, please visit http://www.vaillant.co.uk/sustainable-open-day/to register.