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New Supreme Heating appointments look to drive business growth
Supreme Heating, specialists in the design and installation of innovative, energy efficient pool heating solutions, have announced the appointments of Anthony Denahy, Bianca Horewood and Shannon Wong in roles to drive the expansion of the business.
Bianca Horewood joins the company as Marketing Coordinator, assisting company founder Colin Mauger.
At 24 years old she has completed a bachelor's degree in communications and journalism. Working in media and hospitality for over six years she now enters the pool industry world.
With Supreme Heating advancing a sustainable future for over 30 years, investing in resources to ensure quality products and innovation, Horewood’s will play a pivotal part of educating clients and representing the company’s mission statement.
Commenting on here appointment, Horewood advised “it's so exciting to be a part of a company that wants to make a difference, and I too can be a part of this movement.”
Anthony Denahy has recently joined Supreme Heating as a Business Development Manager, Victoria.
Denahy brings over 25 years of experience in a diverse range of fields including project management of the Olympics, the Australian Open and the Grand Prix, as well as business development for technology and events.
With a keen focus on sustainability, he is looking forward to working with Supreme Heating’s clients to achieve a clean energy future.
Shannon Wong has been hired as Supreme Heating’s Business Development Manager, Western Australia.
Commenting on his role, Wong advised “this is a fantastic opportunity to be able to work with a distinguished, Aussie-owned, family business that is significantly leading the way in pool heating.” Wong has been working in the electrical and solar PV industry for over 20 years, selling sustainable solutions.
Supreme Heating’s Hybrid solar panel, Dualsun, brings the world’s largest solar installation to Australia
Supreme Heating has over 30 years of experience in the pool and spa heating industry and continues to impress with its cutting-edge technology.
Their award-winning Dualsun multi-award-winning hybrid solar PV, simultaneously produces photovoltaic sustainable and renewable solar energy, in the form of electricity and thermally heated water in one panel, reducing operational expenditure for facilities.
Dualsun won a host of gold awards for sustainability and product of the year in 2018 when it was released in Australia.
The Dualsun cell has a patented water jacket attached to the underside of the PV panel. The heat energy removed from the panel by the cooler water running through the water jacket, allows the panel to function with greater optimal efficiency and provides an abundance of hot water for the swimming pool. The Dualsun solution also extends to any other hot water application within the facility, and the fact that the water jacket is not exposed to UV radiation creates an ever-lasting lifespan.
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Image: New members of Supremen Heating's team (from left): Shannon Wong, Bianca Horewood and Anthony Denahy.
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