The Hub is designed to provide opinion and useful information for anyone interested or involved in reducing energy use within the built environment.
There is an urgent need to design, construct and refurbish buildings that minimise the environmental impact and energy needed to provide comfortable places for us all to work and rest in.
At the same time, 75% of the existing buildings we occupy are likely to still be used for the next 40-50 years, so we have to find ways to reduce energy use here too.
Here you will find regular opinion articles from both Mitsubishi Electric specialists and independent editors and industry experts to help inform, educate and hopefully inspire debate.
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It’s official – heat pumps are taking over
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Restaurant gets a timely and efficient upgrade with heat recovery air conditioning
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Keeping the noise down in town, city and beyond
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Why should anyone have to choose between heating and eating?
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Keeping cool – a more sustainable approach to air conditioning
by Martin Fahey ~ Head of Sustainability As the weather blows hot and cold, Martin Fahey explores how important it isRead more.
An R32 checklist
by Ben Bartle-Ross ~ Technical Trainer at Mitsubishi Electric Trainer Ben Bartle-Ross takes a moment to review the key things you needRead more.