The Ecodan exhibition van
Social housing providers with renewable energy improvement and fuel poverty reduction targets will probably benefit from Mitsubishi Electric’s roadshow.
The company announced its latest series of free, half day events aimed at helping housing associations, ALMOs (Arm’s-length management organisations) and local authorities understand how to help their tenants lower their energy bills and comply with legislation. Attendees will learn how to make use of the renewable heat incentive and how it will help their tenants.
Graham Temple, Marketing Manager for the company’s heating division explains:
“These events have been very popular in previous years and now we have even more advice that we can offer to social housing providers such as the different funding streams available and how to set up a self-delivering air source heat pump programme.”
The first event is on 7th July in Cardiff, with the last event on 24th December in Derby. Mitsubishi Electric is running the shows all over the UK. Each session starts at 9am and finishes at 1pm with lunch and refreshments included.Find out more details here: http://is.gd/uWdclu