Net zero heating show podcast for installers has landed! 

Three new episodes of Grant UK’s net zero heating show are now available to download and listen to via mainstream podcast platforms.  

Series two of Grant UK’s podcast has landed

Series two of the podcast sees Grant UK’s hosts and guests discuss the heating sector, heat pump myths and retrofit installations.  

After launching the net zero heating show in March earlier this year, Grant UK has released three new episodes, which are now available to listen to and enjoy.  

Sustainable heating solutions 

Series two of the podcast sees the return of Kevin Ellis and Matthew Beales as the episodes’ hosts, and they are joined by a selection of new guests who bring their wealth of experience from the renewables heating sector.  

The new episodes pick up and continue the conversation about sustainable heating solutions.  

Each one explores a new topic relating to low-carbon heating, including:

  • discussing changes in the marketplace from the perspective of a merchant and installer. 
  • separating the facts from the misconceptions about air source heat pumps. 
  • looking at retrofit installations. 
  • the importance of insulation. 
  • hybrid technologies.  

Alongside Kevin, Matthew and Neil Sawers from Grant UK, the series welcomes fresh insight from brand-new guests, including Steve Alldritt, Jack McGovern, Roly Gurner and Rich Cartwright.   

For heating professionals 

“Since we first launched the podcast earlier this year, it has attracted high listening figures, so we are very pleased to release these latest episodes for subscribers to enjoy,” comments Anna Wakefield, head of marketing at Grant UK.  

“Following the popularity of the first five episodes, we were keen to create new content for heating professionals to download. These three new episodes are once again interesting and engaging to listen to.  

“Each guest has shared their insight and expertise with audiences, adding to the ever-evolving conversation surrounding low carbon heating and giving listeners plenty of ideas to digest.”