Daikin Helps Tackle Fuel Poverty with Charity Support

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Published: 11 November 2015


Daikin UK has joined National Energy Action (NEA), a charity which helps organisations tackle fuel poverty, the company announced this week. 
NEA works with local and central government departments, energy companies, OEMs and voluntary groups to bringing fuel poverty to their attention. Daikin UK will help National Energy Action with policy discussion contributions and practical projects to get people out of fuel poverty and increase energy efficiency in homes. 

Director of External Affairs at NEA, Maria Wardrobe, said:
“We are delighted that as a manufacturer of renewable heat pump technology, Daikin UK has become a member of NEA.

“Improving energy efficiency is vital to helping the 4.5 million UK households who are struggling to stay warm in their homes, working with organisations such as Daikin UK we aim to raise awareness of the issue and put an end to fuel poverty.

“Daikin are joining us at the start of our annual Warm Homes Campaign aimed at raising awareness of the solutions available for those struggling to heat their homes affordably”
Commercial Director for Domestic Heating and Renewables at Daikin UK,Nancy Jonsson said:
“Fuel poverty is a very important topic for many of our clients, and we are looking forward to sharing our expertise about heat pumps to help shape policies which ultimately reduce fuel poverty within the UK.”
​Daikin UK air source heat pumps are a viable alternative to inefficient fossil fuel heating systems. Its heat pumps are eligible for the Government domestic Renewable Heat Incentive which makes installing them more affordable for householders throughout the UK.