- August 2015
Ideal Boilers encourages installers to help customers be energy efficient
27 August 2015
Firms face potential legal action due to poor F-Gas documentation
17 August 2015
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) estimates that eight million UK homes don’t have heating controls, yet according to the Energy Saving Trust, even just fitting a room thermostat can provide an annual saving of £70.
Reduced RHI rates highlight opportunities for bigger boilers, says biomass chief
11 August 2015
According to Cool-Therm, F-Gas compliance standards on many commercial refrigeration and air conditioning sites fall short of mandatory requirements, exposing end users to the risk of possible legal action.
Rinnai’s renewable water heaters boost efficiency
11 August 2015
The latest install figures (http://goo.gl/dQuInt) show that the strong uptake of commercial biomass – particularly for farmers and landowners – has triggered a drop in some Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) rates, but the chief of the UK’s biggest wood fuel supplier says that this only highlights the strong opportunities that larger boilers offer.
Chris Goggin of Rinnai UK, manufacturer of the Infinity HE gas fired continuous flow water heaters, believes there is a responsibility for the industry to monitor and control energy usage but warns that prevaricating until the perfect solution is developed is not helping to push things forward.