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NIBE fp HVR Aug21.qxp_Layout 1 28/7/21 14:53 Page 1


The Complete Energy Efficient Solution for Household Heating


C New Smart Home Accessories For NIBE S-Series


If you have a connected NIBE heat pump, you can already control and monitor your heating and ventilation system anytime, anywhere using the myUplink app.


The new myUplink smart accessories give you even greater precision and comfort, allowing you to automatically adjust the temperature, humidity and CO2 levels for high comfort and low energy consumption.


New NIBE PV Package To Power Heat Pumps


The NIBE PV package is comprised of monocrystalline silicone cell panels using PERC technology for maximum efficiency, available


in two sizes with an elegant all-black design. Each base package consists of 10 panels with a nominal power of 3.6 kW, mounting parts and a suitable inverter with a communication module, all of which are ready for installation.


Available now through your NIBE Pro installer. Visit www.nibe.co.uk for more information.


ombine your heat pump installation with products that help you make the most of it, and enable you to enjoy the benefits of a smarter, more connected home.


Inviting you to truly harness the power of nature to heat your home, NIBE Energy Systems has launched a selection of Solar PV panels to power its heat pumps and has expanded its range of smart home accessories to maximize indoor comfort and climate control.


SMART


CONNECTED


SUSTAINABLE


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