We’re excited to both watch and be part of the fantastic new YouTube series on clean energy, with the Fully Charged team, starting this Sunday 8th August.
Fully Charged is the world’s number 1 clean energy and electric vehicle channel founded and hosted by Robert Llewellyn, well known for his TV role in Red Dwarf.
This clean energy series is hosted by Fully Charged co-founder, Dan Caesar, and focuses on energy efficiency and the decarbonisation of heating – putting the spotlight on home technologies and heating solutions that allow you to take action towards both.
Highlights of what’s to come during the series are in this taster video. We are delighted to be part of the final episode on 31st which features Dan chatting with Jane, from our Sales team, on the benefits of Herschel Infrared heating. For those homeowners prioritising clean energy and looking to move away from fossil fuel boilers Herschel provides an efficient, low cost electric heating alternative to heat pumps that is simple to install and control. The full series will be streaming on 8th, 9th, 10th, 17th, 24th and lastly 31st August. We are thrilled that Fully Charged are championing the decarbonisation of heating agenda. We’re confident it will be hugely successful in promoting the numerous energy-efficient technologies that are available to homeowners.
We are also looking forward to joining the Fully Charged team at their Fully Charged Outside event on 3rd – 5th September, at Farnborough Airport. Tickets for the Electric Vehicles and Clean Energy festival are available on their website. It promises to be a great event with 100+ exhibitors of clean energy and electric vehicle related technologies, live music and live theatres.
Our team will be available on stand D34 throughout the 3 day event to answer all your questions on infrared heating and discuss how Herschel heating solutions can work for your home. Book your tickets now for an electrifying day out!
We look forward to meeting you there.
Fully Charged 2021 was a fantastic event and thanks to everyone involved. If you’d like watch a round-up of the 2021 Fully Charged Show, follow this link.