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Qvantum Wins Prestigious HVAC Product of the Year Award at Prestigious H&V Awards Gala

Yesterday evening at a ceremony at London Hilton Metropole for the H&V News Awards, Qvantum was presented with the award for Domestic Heating Product of the Year – Boilers, Heat Pumps and Emitters, overcoming significant competition from other products by Tesla, NIBE Energy Systems, Daikin, Navien and others.

For nearly 30 years, the H&V News Awards has been recognizing and celebrating the most innovative and customer-focused products of the year, gaining a reputation as the Oscars of HVAC industry. “Each year, we look for the most forward-thinking, innovative and customer-focused businesses in the industry to enter.” say the organizers behind the yearly award.  

Capping off a remarkable year for the Swedish Heat Pump company, the Domestic Product of the Year is the latest in a line of awards won by Qvantum for its groundbreaking new apartment heat pump line, joining the likes of British Renewable Energy Awards, Unlock Net Zero Awards, as well as ISH Design+ Award on the mantlepiece from this year alone.

“To be recognized among such notable other candidates such as Tesla, NIBE and Daikin, is both humbling and a validation of the mission that the team at Qvantum has been tirelessly working towards: to change the way the cities of Europe are heated and create products for the many people.”, said Jesper Jarnhäll, Commercial Country Manager UK & CCO of Qvantum Industries. 

“We are committed to innovation and forward-thinking in every aspect of our design, engineering, production and aftermarket. So, to receive this prestigious award for exactly those values is particularly rewarding.”

Jesper Jarnhäll CCO Qvantum.

Qvantum has developed and produced high-quality heat pumps and energy systems since 1993 and has a team of leading experts designing the next generation heating and cooling solutions. Qvantum provides heat pumps and a unique software suite that will make it easier for Engineering consultants, Installers, Project developers and Utilities, to decarbonise the heating and cooling of urban areas and cities. Headquartered in Åstorp in Sweden, Qvantum has subsidiaries in Germany, The Netherlands, Poland, Hungary and the UK, and is now rapidly scaling up from it’s current 200 employees, having recently acquired a large scale manufacturing facility from Electrolux with the potential annual capacity of up to one million units.