The series of Sparks events highlights the urgency to encourage installers of the future to embrace low carbon solutions in order to combat the effects of climate change and to meet government targets for net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
By visiting further education colleges across the UK, Panasonic aims to help college lecturers and faculty members to increase their knowledge and experience of low carbon solutions by providing details of its R&D programme, training seminars and technology developments for low carbon heating.
Richard Bishop, head of marketing for UK and Ireland said: “Panasonic as a company is hugely enthusiastic about the environment and I believe we can help the UK meet its low carbon targets through supporting and advising the FE College lecturers who can pass on this knowledge to their students in each region.
Huge increase in demand from installers
“Switching technologies from traditional systems powered by mains gas, oil or LPG to an air source heat pump can deliver significant cost savings, improvements to heating performance and low sound levels.
“With heat pumps hitting the media headlines and following on from COP26, we have recently a seen a huge increase in demand from both homeowners and installers for more information and first-hand training”.
The Panasonic wide range of heat pumps provides highly efficient heating and hot water, whilst also being a reliable, low carbon solution that offers long-term energy savings.
Richard continues: “We are looking forward to meeting and to informing people of how we can help by supporting communities and organisations to develop and combat climate change.”