A conversation on how to tap into using clean energy from leading experts in the renewable energy field. Heat Pumps, and why Reclaim Energy technology is leading the way. Have your questions answered.
The Yarra Valley Community Power Hub and your local community energy group would like to invite you to join us for the launch of our first community offer of hot water heat pumps at our online event on 10th of November at 7:30pm. Chris Taylor, the Managing Director of Reclaim Energy, the heat pump supplier, will provide a full run down on the system and the fantastic rebates available to significantly reduce the pricing. These innovative and top of the range heat pumps can save up to 80% of your hot water heating electricity consumption and up to 100% if you have solar panels installed. At the same event we have, in addition to the launch of the community heat pump offer, two expert speakers presenting on “Going Solar without rooftops'', with Jonathan Prendergast from our industry partner Komo energy, with over 12 years experience in clean energy solutions, as well as Rob Morris from IO Energy, a South Australian company changing the way we use energy. They have some very innovative ideas on how to take advantage of the growing availability of renewable energy from the grid to reduce your carbon footprint and your household electricity bills whether or not you have solar panels on your roof! Those with solar panels and those without solar panels will be surprised to hear their creative solutions. The presentation with leading experts, Jonathan and Rob, will focus on:
- Australia has seen a huge boom in solar power, both on rooftops and in solar farms which is changing the economics of solar, and also the role that households play as the grid transforms.
- How best to manage your energy demand and energy generation to reduce energy costs and emissions.
- Staying ahead of future gas shortages by taking advantage of community offers while also providing an understanding of how hot water heat pumps aid energy resilience in the face of climate change.
November 10th, 2021 7:30 PM through 9:00 PM