Panasonic extends heat-pump cashback offer

Published:  01 June, 2012

Panasonic, heat pumps, renewable energy

Panasonic is running a promotion giving £300 cashback on Aquarea air-source heat-pump orders placed before 13 July 2012. Mirroring the Government’s recent extension to the Renewable Heat Premium Payment scheme, Panasonic has extended its heat-pump cashback promotion that began last year. Once a heat pump has been installed, the end user may be eligible to apply for the RHPP scheme, which can provide extra savings of £850.

Graham Evans, A2W business developer, says, ‘The promotion was popular last year, and we expect to see similar activity this time around.’

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