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Aimee Holloran, Business Development Manager in Low Carbon Heating at Samsung began her path with a plumbing aprenticeship

Meet the women changing the face of the heating industry

As the theme of International Women’s Day this year is ‘Embrace Equity’, Samsung Climate Solutions are spotlighting female talent within the HVAC industry, particularly in the low carbon heating sector.... 
 9 Mar 2023
Rinnai’s Chris Goggin

UK media bias in energy transition?

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin looks at some of the reasons why he believes the UK media may be favouring some energy vectors over others in the current era of transition to Decarbonisation and Net Zero... 
 11 Jan 2022

New stove emissions regulation sets a minimum standard

From 1 January 2022, a new regulation will impose Ecodesign requirements for solid fuel local space heaters. Regulation (EU) 2015/1185 24/5/2015 describes the requirements which will harmonise energy consumption, particulate matter (PM), organic ... 
 13 Dec 2021

Why the UK is behind when it comes to heat pumps

It comes as no surprise that as a country, we are trying to not only become more efficient, but to make more conscious decisions when it comes to the environment. As we continue to come out of the coronavirus pandemic, this has never been more ... 
 12 Nov 2021

Driving woodburning change

Concerns about domestic woodburning in the UK and its impact on air quality have recently been brought to the fore again by groups such as Mums For Lungs. HETAS has weighed in on the issue saying it recognises that this is a hugely complex challenge ... 
 10 Nov 2021
Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) chairman Paul White

Close cooperation is needed to meet Net Zero goals

Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) chairman Paul White says the body plans to continue working closely with its membership and government as this will be crucial to meeting the challenges of Net Zero.

Mr White was addressing guests at the annual FETA luncheon held at The Brewery in London this month. 

 10 Nov 2021
Chris Goggin of Rinnai

Who has the power in the geopolitics of global energy?

Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at some of the global political developments happening as the world aims for de-carbonisation.... 
 30 Sep 2021
Rinnai’s Chris Goggin

Europe plans for a future hydrogen economy

In a two-part article Rinnai’s Chris Goggin looks at the growth and development of the present European and international hydrogen market.... 
 9 Sep 2021
Jeff House, Baxi Heating’s head of external affairs

The heat is on for hydrogen

Jeff House, Baxi Heating’s head of external affairs, outlines the exciting potential opportunities that hydrogen can offer for heating in existing commercial buildings and clarifies what ‘hydrogen-ready’ really means... 
 8 Sep 2021

The importance of installing air conditioning

Worcester Bosch has answered some frequently asked questions on installing air conditioning units, that will help installers better understand the job at hand... 
 7 Sep 2021
Steve Birch, sales director, Vogue UK

Innovations in towel rails

Steve Birch, sales director, Vogue UK discusses the latest innovations in towel rails looking at how the heating industry has evolved, along with some of the latest technology in use and cutting-edge designs available... 
 26 Aug 2021
Iain Bevan, commercial manager of heating & renewable at Daikin UK

It’s time to get to grips with hybrids

Iain Bevan, commercial manager of heating & renewables at Daikin UK looks at why now’s the time for installers to get familiar with hybrid heat pumps... 
 19 Aug 2021
Chair of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association (GSHPA) Laura Bishop

Why heat pumps?

Chair of the Ground Source Heat Pump Association (GSHPA) Laura Bishop looks at how heat pumps can help us to achieve the Government’s net zero target by 2050... 
 19 Aug 2021

Route to net zero still unclear

There are conflicting statements and polarising interest groups on the UK's route to net zero making the future look very unclear, says Rinnai’s Chris Goggin. Here he looks at the current state of play.... 
 12 Aug 2021

The potential for hydrogen heating

Chris Goggin maps out Rinnai's view and adaption to the changing marketplace in the heating and hot water arena on the road to NetZero.... 
 9 Aug 2021
Managing director of S&P UK, Alex Finch

Ventilation beats open windows

Ventilation systems can halve the risk of spreading airborne diseases like COVID-19 in offices compared to opening windows, according to new research from S&P Ventilation Systems... 
 5 Aug 2021

The facts about water treatment

HVRd recently caught up with Richard Crisp, head of chemistry at Fernox, to ask him some of the common questions installers have about domestic water treatment... 
 28 Jul 2021

Tackling viruses with UV light

The use of UV light technology is taking the fight to COVID-19 and creating safe spaces for workers in a variety of applications... 
 28 Jul 2021

Smart controls to the rescue

Franz Huelle, head of technical at REHAU Building Solutions, discusses how smart control systems can mitigate problems that come with temperature control in commercial premises, particularly newer sealed buildings... 
 21 Jul 2021

Three-pipe FCUs: the smart approach to heating and cooling?

Fan coil units (FCUs) have a proven track record and are the mainstay of many HVAC systems around the world, providing an inexpensive and efficient solution for cooling or heating. Two and four-pipe systems have been the norm but now there’s a ... 
 21 Jul 2021
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