The BBC Earth Experience is hosted in a new, purpose-built, demountable venue called ‘The Daikin Centre’, located in Earl’s Court, London. The Daikin Centre is equipped with the very latest heating, ventilation and air conditioning system to offer fresh air and climate control, in a highly energy efficient way.
This brand-new, purpose-built building has been designed with a commitment to minimising environmental impact. At the same time, Daikin is dedicated to delivering the highest level of comfort and refined air quality inside the building.
Sponsoring The Daikin Centre
“At Daikin, we’re committed to delivering low-carbon heating and cooling solutions. So, we are delighted to be working with Moon Eye Productions and Live Nation to host the BBC Earth Experience in London.
“It’s a unique opportunity for people to learn more about our wonderful environment and gain a new perspective on our impact on the planet. This great opportunity shows us how important it is to take every possible step to move towards our Net Zero targets, on both a personal and national level.”
Hiroyasu Ishikawa, Managing Director at Daikin UK
Daikin has installed nine customised air handling units, built in Britain, offering highly flexible ventilation. The units serve different zones throughout the Daikin Centre, ensuring maximum visitor comfort, and a regulated source of fresh, healthy air.
Plus, a state-of-the-art heat pump (VRV 5 Heat Recovery) has been chosen for the front of house and first-floor educational spaces and staff areas. It will deliver superior indoor climate control with a minimal carbon footprint.
A combination of performance developments and technologies means that Daikin’s VRV 5 Heat Recovery is the ideal solution for projects such as this, where environmental impact is a top priority.