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Heat pump month events

Get up to date on the latest heat pump events taking place in the UK throughout June and July hosted by influential partners such as Kensa, Vaillant, GSHPA and HPF

Facilitated by Low Carbon Homes, there are a number of events taking place throughout June and July. Each event is hosted by influential partners and guided by an advisory board of stakeholder representatives to determine event outputs and programme content in order to support the next steps of scaling up heat decarbonisation, locally.

17th June – GSHPA and HPF

A fantastic opportunity to ask practitioners, industry experts and peers anything you like about heat pumps. Register to this free online event and join themed discussion tables taking place over 4 hours, focused on all things heat pumps.

23rd June – Daikin UK

Join Daikin UK for an update on government policy and funding; growth, government drivers and opportunities. Register for this 2 hour event which aims to remove myths on heat pumps and provide support for local authorities and housing associations to develop low carbon proposals.

24th June – Kensa

This free online event will consider how to find the best route to net zero, offering a whole system value for money solution to ensure that a consumer-led solution is achieved with optimum outcomes for all stakeholders. Register for this event here.

29th June – Panasonic

With Panasonic, this event will explore how the heating and cooling industry is evolving and setting new trends and standards. With homeowners increasingly looking for their homes to be more energy efficient, this event considers why consumers are demanding more and how air to water heat pumps are the answer.

30th June – Valliant UK

This one-day event considers how Vaillant’s award winning heat pump aroTHERM plus is part of the solution for decarbonizing heat. Register for this event here.

6th July – Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric will be hosting ‘Ecodan heating; serious about sustainability’. The event will seek to provide an insight into how air source heat pumps are anticipated to play a crucial role in meeting net zero requirements whilst offering a cost effective, simple solution.