NIBE adds Travis Perkins to its renewable distribution network

Published:  05 March, 2014

Building Regulations, Part L, NIBE, Travis Perkins, renewable energy
NIBE’s renewable heating technologies are now available through the Travis Perkins Group.

NIBE Energy Systems has significantly increased the distribution of renewable heating technologies with a new agreement with the Travis Perkins Group. In addition to the long-standing partnership with Plumbing Trade Supplies, NIBE’s full range of heat pumps, biomass boiler and solar-thermal systems will also be available from Travis Perkins, City Plumbing Supplies, Solfex Energy Systems and BSS outlets throughout the UK.

Phil Hurley, managing director of NIBE, comments, ‘With more than a thousand branches, the Travis Perkins Group opens the door to a whole host of new sales opportunities for NIBE. This means we can ensure widespread availability of our products, whilst strengthening our penetration into important off-gas areas.’

In addition to the recently launched F2040 air-source heat-pump package with intelligent control systems and Megacoil hot-water cylinders, NIBE has also enhances the performance and usability of its F1145 and F1245 ground-source heat pumps.’

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