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Daikin has announced a free training programme to help installers tap into the hybrid heat pump opportunity, alongside the launch of a special promotion to drive homeowner demand for hybrid heat pumps.
Daikin will be offering the free training at 11 of its Sustainable Home Centres across the UK until the end of this year. Installers who complete the full-day course will leave with the skills and knowledge to offer hybrid heat pumps to homeowners looking to start their decarbonisation journey and save on their energy bills.
The systems can reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 55% compared to a traditional gas boiler and have been proven to deliver up to a 50% reduction in energy bills in the UK.
Iain Bevan, commercial manager of Heating & Renewables at Daikin UK, said: “The UK’s transition to low carbon heating is underway, and it’s vital that installers have the skills and knowledge to be a part of it.
“Hybrid heat pumps are an attractive solution for installers and homeowners who want to go green, combining the power of a heat pump with the familiarity of a boiler. Their installation, commissioning and service is like traditional gas or oil boilers, as is their operating menu, thermostat unit and heat output.”
The manageable upfront cost of a hybrid system is one of its key selling points, as is the easy installation process, which minimises disruption to the customer.
And while hybrid heat pump systems can be installed with a household’s existing boiler, to help installers seal the deal, Daikin has launched a special offer whereby every system includes a brand-new, high-performance boiler, free of charge.
According to Daikin, hybrid technology is best-suited to smaller homes in urban areas, that are likely to have a combi-boiler, and where the shell of the building is not energy-efficient enough to be heated by a fully renewable system.
As the efficiency of the building is improved and upgraded over time, the hybrid system’s operation mode can gradually be shifted to a more renewable heat pump share.
Iain added: “Last year, around 1.1 million combi boilers were installed in the UK; that’s our target market. We look forward to welcoming the next generation of installers to our Sustainable Home Centres to complete their hybrid heat pump training.”
Homeowners are still able to get a FREE boiler or insulation via the ECO Energy Grant, which is still available to households that qualify. Warma UK are currently working throughout the UK helping privately owned and rented homes to improve home energy efficiency and save money on rising energy bills.
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