LISTEN: Grant UK’s Net Zero Heating Show podcast has landed!

LISTEN: Grant UK’s Net Zero Heating Show podcast has landed!

Grant UK has launched the Net Zero Heating Show, a podcast covering low carbon heating solutions, from heat pumps to biofuels, with leading industry experts and engineers.

During the past couple of years, the popularity of the podcast as a communications channel has significantly grown and Grant UK is very pleased to announce that it has launched its own podcast which is aimed at installers, engineers and other professionals in the heating sector. The Net Zero Heating Show has joined the main podcast platforms with an initial launch series of five episodes. Each episode is hosted by a member of the Grant UK Team who is joined by guests who are all experts in the renewables and sustainable heating sector.

The Net Zero Heating Show discusses a range of topics relating to domestic home heating and how it can be more sustainable moving forward. The first five episodes explore the Government’s decarbonisation strategy, how installer businesses can adapt with the transition to renewables, the different ways heat pumps can be installed, and biofuels and their part in reducing the carbon footprint of home heating systems. The Grant Hosts are joined by experts with a wealth of experience in their fields including Tim Pollard, Patrick Wheeler, Tom Smith, Arwel Sharp, Jamie Vickers, Malcolm Farrow, John Weedon, and Ken Bone.

“We are incredibly excited to unveil our Net Zero Heating Show podcast,” comments Anna Wakefield, Head of Marketing at Grant UK. “More and more of us are listening to podcasts, either as an alternative listen to traditional radio or for inspiration while out walking or exercising. Whether you are new to renewables, an established oil boiler engineer or an experienced air source heat pump installer, the Net Zero Heating Show has something to offer. We are incredibly grateful to our hosts and guests who gave up their time to take part – their viewpoints and comments are insightful and should give listeners plenty of food for thought.”

Listen to the first five episodes via Spotify below…

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