PANASONIC ANNOUNCES PRO AWARDS DEADLINE EXTENSION
Panasonic has announced a deadline extension for submitting entries into the PRO Awards 2016. Installers, Architects, Consultants, Distributors and Engineers will now have until 31st October 2016 to put their best projects forward.
The PRO Awards are free to enter and open to projects featuring Panasonic heating and cooling systems, in a residential, public authority or commercial environment. There are many great prizes up for grabs including a once in a lifetime trip to Japan, plus international recognition for the winner of each category. Other prizes include Panasonic Lumix cameras, awarded to all qualifying entrants.
“ Our aim is to showcase the very best in the industry and we are excited to see this year’s projects,” says Marc Overson, UK & Ireland Country Manager at Panasonic Heating and Cooling Solutions. “ We are delighted with the entries we have already received and are keen to see even more companies seeking the recognition their projects deserve. There are many benefits to winning one of Panasonic’s PRO Awards including wider industry recognition, PR exposure, plus an invitation to join a VIP trip to visit Panasonic’s HQ in Japan.”
A panel of prestigious judges from across Europe with expertise in architecture, building services and the heating/cooling industry will be looking for applications that demonstrate flair and innovation while showcasing sustainable design, efficiency, cost effectiveness and aesthetics.
Award entries are invited in the following categories:
- Best Residential Project
- Best Hospitality Project
- Best Retail Project
- Best Commercial Project
For further information, FAQ, full details of all the entry criteria and enter online, go to www.aircon.panasonic.eu/GB_en/pro-awards/ .
"We were invited to enter the Panasonic Pro Awards to showcase a large heat pump project that we had recently completed. We were absolutely delighted to win an award, as was the client that we had worked on the project with. It is a great way to show to our clients that we go the extra mile. We use the award logo on all of our company literature and website which has raised our profile within the industry. The cherry on the cake was an incredible, all expenses paid winners trip to Japan, where we visited the Panasonic Centre in Tokyo, the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town and experienced the amazing food in Japan. It was a once in a lifetime trip." - Ecosphere Renewables, 2014 PRO Award winner of Best Social Housing Project.
"FWP were proud to have recently won the Panasonic Sustainable Project of the Year Award for the design and installation of the air to water heat pump system in Carluccio’s, Meadowhall. We were able to offer lower energy consumption and therefore a significant carbon footprint reduction and cost savings due to our design. A benefit of being involved in the awards process has been the recognition of our work on the project, in particular our efforts around sustainability across our designs and installations. It was particularly pleasing for this project to be recognised at the awards as it has allowed us to update our literature that is directed towards potential clients." - FWP Air Conditioning, 2014 PRO Award Winner of Sustainable Project of the Year
‘Winning the Panasonic Pro award for the Mulberry Properties development - Straffan Manor, highlighted the quality of the houses, the innovation in the heating system and the various technologies which can be cleverly combined to achieve an A2 Building Energy Rating. The prize included a trip to Japan with an inspirational visit to the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town. This gave us a glimpse into a possible future where cutting edge technology allows us to live sustainably’- Shane Duffy, Commercial Heating Manager, Heat Merchants, 2014 PRO Award Winner of Best Multi-Dwelling Project.
For further information, please contact:
Wildwood PR Ltd
Tel: 01293 851115
Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development of diverse electronics technologies and solutions for customers in the consumer electronics, housing, automotive, enterprise solutions and device industries. Since its founding in 1918, the company has expanded globally and now operates 468 subsidiaries and 94 associated companies worldwide, recording consolidated net sales of 7.715 trillion yen for the year ended March 31, 2015. Committed to pursuing new value through innovation across divisional lines, the company uses its technologies to create a better life and a better world for its customers. To learn more about Panasonic: http://www.panasonic.com/global .