Simon Brown, Panasonic’s heat pump specialist, will be presenting at this live event and sharing his air source heat pump expertise. He will explain how this low carbon solution can work for the UK residential housing sector. Simon’s presentation is on Wednesday 24th November at 10.15-10.45am on the Knowledge Stage.
An event for those involved in the retrofit challenge to achieve net zero
The event is for those involved in the retrofit challenge, achieving net zero and providing quality and affordable homes for the UK’s social and affordable housing sector. It presents an ideal opportunity to come together and share best practices.
Panasonic’s Aquarea air-to-water heat pump range is part of a new generation of heating and air-conditioning systems designed to heat or cool the home and to produce hot water. The Aquarea heat pump provides savings of up to 78% on heating expenses compared with electrical heaters.
Simon commented: “Panasonic is hugely passionate about the environment, and I believe we can help the UK housing sector meet its low carbon targets through supporting and advising social housing providers and developers.
“Switching technologies from traditional systems powered by mains gas, oil or LPG to an air source heat pump such as the Panasonic Aquarea Range, can deliver significant cost savings, improvements to heating performance and low sound levels. We look forward to meeting and sharing knowledge at this important event.”