A new study released by Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) shows that improving the insulation of existing residential buildings in the EU would significantly contribute to securing the bloc’s energy independence and achieving he EU target of reaching climate neutrality by 2050.
Improved insulation of EU residential buildings would result in a reduction of energy demand for heating in buildings by 777 TWh, or 44% compared to 2020: 46% in gas savings, 44% in heating oil savings and 48% in coal savings.
Toshiba Air Conditioning is celebrating 10 years of being carbon neutral, a decade after becoming the first HVAC supplier in the UK to achieve the status....
Recent research by the University of Exeter sets out the scale of the challenge the NHS faces if it is to achieve sustainability targets set under the government’s net zero plan by 2040, a full decade ahead of the wider commercial sector....
Hamworthy Heating, British manufacturer and supplier of commercial heating and hot water products, has released a new Tyneham Heat Pumpbrochure, which highlights its latest monobloc air source heat pump offering, developed to meet the market demand ...
Rinnai’s N Series range of condensing continuous flow water heaters have been passed as fully certified to the new UKCA standard, the successor to the CE mark....
Rinnai managing director Tony Gittings outlines a future where all sites are given specific and detailed attention in producing the best system from the array of products now available – hydrogen, bioLPG, heat pumps and hybrid....