VIDEO: Tech giant's UK, Ireland and Netherlands country manager for heating & cooling speaks to BusinessGreen's James Murray about Panasonic's role in clean tech development
Panasonic is perhaps most widely known as a consumer electronics brand, but the multinational conglomerate is also heavily involved in a raft of clean technologies that are set to form a core part of the world's net zero future, from renewable energy components to electric vehicles batteries to electric heat pumps.
José Alves is Panasonic's UK, Ireland and Netherlands country manager for heating & cooling, who recently sat down for a wide-ranging chat about clean tech and the firm's role in developing and scaling such technologies with BusinessGreen's editor in chief James Murray as part of our recently launched Net Zero Innovate Hub.
The conversation can be watched again in full above.
This video interview is sponsored by Panasonic, a partner of the Net Zero Innovate Hub.