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Worcester Bosch: Helping Installers and Customers

A new animation from Worcester Bosch has been created to help engineers educate customers on the future of home heating.

Worcester Bosch has launched a new animation aimed to support installers who want to educate their customers on what the future of domestic heating may look like.

Nearly every month new information, regulation or policy for is announced, which is causing alarm and confusion among the press and homeowners about how we will heat our homes, with the main issue revolving around the ban of natural gas boilers from 2025.

As a leading authority in this space, Worcester Bosch has created ‘The Future of Home Heating’ – a short, informative video for installers to present to customers, which looks at the facts behind the headlines.

Carl Arntzen, chief executive officer of Worcester Bosch, said: “As the debate around reducing our carbon footprint and trials into new heating technologies continue, we felt that a simple explanation to homeowners of what the future of heating could look like was essential.

“If the UK rushes to replace their heating systems with heat pumps prematurely, they may restrict themselves from switching to a more suitable technology such as 100% hydrogen in the future.”

The animation is on Worcester Bosch’s YouTube channel 

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Michael Cornish

Michael Cornish