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Panasonic joins SFHA as sector associate

Panasonic has become a sector associate of the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) to assist the region in achieving its challenging targets of lowering carbon emissions.

As part of this partnership, Panasonic will share with the association its extensive rresearch and development knowledge and experience of low carbon heating solutions through training, seminars, webinars, spec design and support services of its low carbon solutions such as air source heat pumps.

Darren Reis, regional manager for Panasonic in Scotland, has a wealth of experience in the heating and cooling sector spanning 31 years, and currently advises organisations as diverse as installers, designers and distribution partners to network suppliers and local government. Mr Reis welcomed this step and commented: “Panasonic as a company is hugely passionate about the environment and I believe we can help the region meet its low carbon targets through supporting and advising the social housing providers and developers in the region. We look forward to playing a full and active role with the SFHA. We are looking forward to meeting and to informing people of how we can help by supporting communities and organisations to develop and combat climate change.


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