< News | 26.01.2017

Renewables go rural

Renewables go rural

Plumb and Parts Center’s renewables team have been out on the road once more, this time at the Westmorland County Show.

Despite the wet weather, the event saw a great turnout, with lots of interest in air-source heat pumps, ground-source heat pumps and biomass boilers.

Local companies Oakes Energy Services and T&K Pye Family accompanied Plumb and Parts Center, along with manufacturers Mitsubishi and Windhager, to talk to attendees about the technologies and to answer any installation questions.

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