REHAU will be showcasing its UK manufactured pre-insulated pipe at the Bioenergy Future Ireland event, where its renewables product range will be seen by energy managers and specifiers.
The event, taking place at Dublin’s Croke Park on 21 February, will see approximately 300 delegates attend, including a schedule of speakers talking about case studies, finance and investment, plus panel discussion where the hot issues of the day will be debated.
The Bioenergy Future Ireland exhibition comprises part of the yearly conference of the Irish Bioenergy Association (IrBEA), a national association which supports the development of biofuels for heat, electricity and transportation.
The exhibition is ideal for manufacturers to advertise the latest technologies and trends, something which REHAU, who will be situated on Stand 2, is excited about doing.
Ireland’s Area Sales Manager at REHAU Ltd, Rory Grogan, commented: “There is a real drive in Ireland right now to become a recognised global player in Bioenergy, so it’s an exciting time to join the conversation with the people committed to making this a reality.
“With our experience in the UK and in Europe (through our parent company) REHAU is well placed to help organisations deliver the greenest heating systems, and we would encourage delegates to come and visit our stand to see what we have to offer and the benefits our products can deliver.”
REHAU’s pitch will focus on its two types of pre-insulated PE-Xa pipe. RAUVITHERM can be used in district heating projects, as well as biomass, biogas and heat pump applications and is extremely flexible. It’s easy to use compression joint makes it very popular and saves roughly 30% in CO2 emissions every year.
RAUTHERMEX, the other type, is ideal for projects where heat losses are critical.
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