Panasonic has announced its support for Heat Pump Month, produced in conjunction with Low Carbon Homes UK.
Heat Pump Month, which commenced last week provides a month-long series of free-to-attend online events aimed at bringing together housing, built-environment, policy and installation professionals.
De-mystifying and Myth Busting Air Source Heat Pumps will be hosted on 29th June from 10am to 12noon. The session will provide delegates with guidance and advice from concept to completion and covering specifying ASHPs, sizing, designing, installation and aftercare maintenance.
Richard Bishop, head of marketing for Panasonic UK and Ireland, said: “We are excited to be part of Heat Pump Month and to be contributing to a low carbon society for future generations – a top priority for Panasonic. It is important that we highlight and explore how the heating and cooling industry is evolving and setting new trends and standards to help combat climate change. Homeowners are increasingly looking for their homes to be more energy efficient and for low carbon solutions. We are very much looking forward to discussions during the month and beyond.”
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.