Reliable, renewable heating at CIH Housing 2016
Mitsubishi Electric is bringing its heat pump expertise to the CIH Housing 2016 exhibition to offer social housing providers advice on how to combat fuel poverty whilst hitting renewable targets.
The company will be exhibiting (Stand F4) at the exhibition, held at Manchester Central, 28-30 June 2016 and showcasing its Ecodan range of heat pumps specifically designed for heating domestic buildings.
Ecodan has already been installed in thousands of social housing properties across the UK and provides renewable heating to challenge traditional heating solutions, whilst meeting stringent energy and carbon reduction demands.
The CIH Housing exhibition is the biggest and best attended event in the affordable housing sector. It provides unprecedented access to the largest gathering of housing professionals in Europe and is a must attend event for anyone in the social housing sector.
Mitsubishi Electric experts will be on hand to offer advice and help to housing associations, ALMOs and local authorities by providing access to the latest information on legislation, the renewable heat incentive and general advice on how to engage tenants in the process.
Staff will be able to explain how to self-deliver an Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) Programme and also be able to outline the funding streams available.