Grant UK scoops two major awards at the Heating and Renewables Awards

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Grant UK’s Technical Manager, Neil Sawers, collects the Vecta’s Innovation of the Year award.

Grant UK, the leading heating specialists has scooped two major awards at the recent Heating and Renewables Awards held in Coventry.

The company won the coveted ‘Innovation of the Year’ category with the Grant Vecta biomass boiler. Whisper quiet and highly efficient, the Vecta has been designed to make both homeowners’ and installers’ lives easier and biomass an even more attractive alternative to traditional fossil fuels.

The second award was for the ‘Training Initiative of the Year’ and the Grant G-One Scheme. G-One supports oil and renewable installers with training, installation and MCS accreditation, and offers benefits such as extended product guarantees and promotional merchandise.

“We are delighted with these awards for the Grant Vecta and the G-One Scheme,” explains Anna Wakefield, Marketing Manager for Grant UK. “It confirms that our continued product innovation and enhanced support for customers is on the right track and is a great boost for everyone at Grant UK.”

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Grant UK’s Training Manager, Phil Stanley, collects the award on behalf of the G-One Scheme.

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