More MCS accreditations for Panasonic heat pumps

Panasonic, heat pump, renewable energy

Panasonic has announced further accreditations for its range of Aquarea air-to-water heat pumps under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS). This range of heat pumps now has 32 MCS accreditations, including 6 and 9 kW mono-bloc models. Aquarea heat pumps have COPs up to 4.74.

David Livingston, technical specialist with Panasonic, says, ‘We are delighted with the latest MCS accreditations. The Government-backed Renewable Heat Incentive aims to attract consumers, developers and installer to the benefits of renewable-energy sources. To qualify for the RHI scheme, products must first have MCS accreditation.’

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