Charity gets energised with Lochinvar
Lochinvar has launched a new initiative to raise funds for The National Energy Foundation (NEF). The Banbury based manufacturer is to make a donation to the NEF for every product in its latest water heating range sold during 2007. The donation scheme follows the news that Lochinvar has moved into the renewable energy sector.
The company has joined forces with Rayotec of Sunbury on Thames to supply renewable water heating solutions for industrial and commercial applications by combining its gas-fired water heaters with solar heating products.
David Pepper, Managing Director of Lochinvar, said: “Energy efficiency, reducing carbon emissions and using sustainable resources are at the forefront of the issues currently facing the heating and building services sectors.
“At Lochinvar we are committed to investing in advanced technology and products which offer high efficiency and minimal CO2 emissions. We believe the objectives of the NEF fit in very well with our philosophy and in conjunction with our customers, we are pleased to support the work of the Foundation.”
The National Energy Foundation is an independent educational charity, based in Milton Keynes. Its objective is to work for the more efficient, innovative, and safe use of energy and to increase the public awareness of energy in all its aspects. Its Deputy Director Ian Byrne said: “We are grateful to Lochinvar for its generosity and welcome the company’s approach and dedication to operating with energy efficiency in mind.”