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Shape Our Future With Fairland INVERX This Earth Hour


At 8:30 pm on the night of Earth Hour every year, people in more than 190 countries and territories switch off lights in their homes and workplaces for one hour, aiming to raise awareness and spark global conversations about protecting nature and tackling the climate crisis.

Climate Change, a Crisis Looming

Natural systems are vital for all of our futures. Nature provides us with food, water, clean air, and other services worth over US$125 trillion a year, and it is also one of our strongest allies in the fight against the climate crisis.
However, global warming caused by carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels such as coal, gas, and oil dramatically impacts the world around us. From catastrophic bush fires to coral bleaching and rising ocean temperatures, our planet and its unique biodiversity need our help. As the environment is at the top of the global agenda, coming together to protect our world has never been more critical than at this moment.

Take a look at the light painting and #ShapeOurFuture with #Fairland!


Fairland Supports Earth Hour with Technical Innovation

Earth Hour encourages people to save energy and use it wisely. At the heart of Earth Hour is turning off the lights. But what else can we do by turning off the unnecessary lights for an hour? Is there any simple yet effective way to show support?
With deep expertise in pool heat pump technology, Fairland contributes to energy-saving by technical innovation. Powered by innovative TurboSilence® Inverter technology, Fairland INVERX series pool heat pumps achieved COP up to 16, saving 20 billion kWh of electricity globally each year.
So, on the night of this Earth Hour, why not warm up the pool water with Fairland INVERX? When it comes to 8:30 pm, turn off all the non-essential lights. Then, you can enjoy swimming in your warm pool in the dark as breezily as much in this one hour while contributing to a low-carbon footprint.

We Have the Power to #ShapeOurFuture

2022 is a pivotal year for our planet. We are beginning to recover from the global pandemic and a chain of natural disasters. Here and now, we need to build a new normal that puts people and the planet first and a future that is equitable, nature-positive, and net-zero carbon. Each of us has the power to shape our future. Let’s get involved with Earth Hour 2022! It is about time to switch off and enjoy the night in another way.