Panasonic Sponsors Low Carbon Homes South East Regional Retrofit Summit


Panasonic is pleased to support the Low Carbon Homes Regional Retrofit Summit South-East on 18-20th October 2022. The events are organised by Low Carbon Homes partnered with the European Union Regional Development Fund, HM Government and LoCase and cover Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Essex. The Summit explores ways for regions to help deliver climate and environmental initiatives and lower carbon emissions within their areas. The event is a series of virtual sessions via the Remo platform.

Panasonic has developed the extensive Aquarea range of air source heat pumps, a key component in the drive to retrofit homes and to assist in the drive towards net zero.

Attendees of the Low Carbon Home Retrofit Summits will be able to see examples of completed retrofit projects, hear about ongoing work in the social housing sector and learn more about the plans to meet the work and skills challenges currently facing the retrofit sector. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in focused talks, discuss retrofit best practice with professionals, and join live Q&As with speakers and fellow attendees to contribute to the retrofit plan across the region.

Gary Finn, Panasonic’s Low Carbon specialist for the South East commented, “We are excited to be part of this event and to be contributing to join in the discussions and collaborations around a low carbon future in the South East - a top priority for Panasonic. It is important that we highlight and explore how the heating and cooling industry is evolving and setting new standards to help combat climate change. Homeowners are increasingly looking for their homes to be more energy efficient and for low carbon solutions to provide heating and hot water for their homes. We are very much looking forward to discussions during the three mornings and beyond.”

Panasonic is a world leader within the heating and cooling industry, with over 60 years of experience of producing innovative products. The company invests heavily in R&D to develop innovative solutions to advance the market, with a huge emphasis on environmental impact, hence the investment in emerging low carbon technologies such as air source heat pumps.

Graham Lock, Founder of Low Carbon Homes commented, “The sessions each morning will be informative with focused talks and discussions around Retrofit best practicewe look forward to participants joining in and contributing to the plans. Now is the time to collaborate and work towards a lower carbon future.” 

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