Panasonic to repeat its PRO Awards
First presented in 2014, the PRO Awards provide installers, specifiers and consultants, the opportunity to highlight excellence in the design, specification, installation and commissioning of Panasonic systems and offer the chance to win a VIP trip to visit Panasonic’s HQ in Japan.
As in 2014, Panasonic is looking for projects that demonstrate flair and innovation, efficiency, cost effectiveness, aesthetics and above all; showcase sustainability in design.
“In a dynamic and challenging marketplace; intelligent and innovative climate solutions are essential to success,” commented Panasonic’s UK & Ireland country manager. Marc Overson
“Panasonic’s Pro Awards are a professional way of recognising the quality and expertise of our customers. Winners will undoubtedly benefit from the prestige and exposure generated by this recognition and the award itself will provide an exclusive means of promoting their future business activities.”
There are four main categories to enter: Best Residential Project, Best Hospitality Project, Best Retail Project and Best Commercial Project.
To add further prestige to the 2016 Pro Awards, an international panel of expert judges will identify the; Most Innovative Project, the Project Demonstrating Best Energy Performance and an outstanding project that utilises Panasonic’s GHP technology.
The Pro Awards are open to European projects completed between January 1, 2015, and June 30 2016. Deadline for entries is September 30.
For further information visit Panasonic’s Heating & Cooling Solutions website.
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