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Featured Video - Panasonic - 18th July 2013

Panasonic Providing the Perfect Sustainable Solution for Home Heating

Panasonic Aquarea Air Source Heat Pump in Devon Home

Many homeowners are looking into the possibility of using renewable energy to power and heat their homes. Whilst solar panels remain a popular choice, another ideal option for British homeowners is renewable heat pump technology, such as the Panasonic Aquarea.

This was the choice taken by Debra Crome from Devon who recently installed an Aquarea 14kW High Connectivity Heat Pump with 300 litre water cylinder in her home.

The Panasonic Aquarea air-to-water heat pump is an innovative solution that makes use of the inexhaustible energy found in the air, converting this into power to supply hot water and heating for the home. Aquarea is a sustainable alternative to oil, LPG and electric heating systems, by switching it offers both environmental and financial benefits.

Independent tests have also shown that Panasonic’s air-to-water heat pump is capable of saving up to 78% on heating expenses, and far more efficient than fuel-fired boilers, gas boilers and electric heaters.

“It’s easy to maintain, economical and environmentally friendly,” explained Debra. “We had a house full for a long weekend recently which tested the system. We’ve yet to run out of hot water. We have a power shower supplied by mains water and it supplies copious amounts of hot water.”

With the ever increasing threat of rising fuel costs, switching to a sustainable heating source, like an air-source heat pump is proving to be a popular alternative for many homeowners. Panasonic heat pumps are designed in response to the demand for low consumption heating, with high efficiency and low running costs.

“The Aquarea system allows us to control exactly how much energy we’re using over the course of 12 months. With our old oil based system we were totally at the mercy of the charges imposed by the energy supplier. The unit is so economical and is saving us between £600-£900 per year.”

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