BSRIA has published a new market study which shows that large hyper data centres are changing the market for precision cooling.
The next HETAS Live! roadshow has been confirmed for Tuesday 8 September in Guildford.
Green Point, the specialist compressor remanufacturing operation launched by Bitzer, is expanding its service to include other makes of compressor.
Standards which future apprentices in the ductwork and service and maintenance sectors of the building engineering services industry will be expected to achieve by the end of their training have gained government approval.
According to David Hunt, managing partner of specialist renewables recruitment company Hyperion Executive Search, the UK’s solar industry is being ‘undermined’ by briefings from Ministers about imminent cuts to renewable energy subsidies.
Fujitsu has appointed Leeds-based Steve Pickles as VRF business development manager for the Midlands and northern England.
A1 Flue Systems has made a second key appointment as part of its growth plan for its new domestic flue supply company.
Located at the very heart of the UK, at the premier National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, The ACR Show is the ONLY national exhibition for refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation, heating and heat pump sectors.
BSRIA has launched its findings on the latest Traditional and Renewable Heating World Markets Analysis (May 2015) publishing 80 reports for 22 countries as part of its World Multi-Client Study.
Papers on ventilation and air tightness and on how users adapt to temperature in buildings in tropical climates have won annual awards from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers.
Polypipe has been recognised by independent built environment expert BRE for its commitment to sustainability.
Fujitsu has announced details of its latest hands-on training courses, running from this autumn to next spring.
According to a new report published by AMA Research, Construction output for utilities, as with other infrastructure sectors, was fairly robust in 2014 with 9% growth, representing a significant increase on the previous year.
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) has unveiled its shortlist for the 2015 Young Engineers Awards.
AvantiRenewables, a division of AvantiGas, a major off grid energy supplier, has announced a three-way commercial partnership that is set to bring environmental and financial savings to businesses looking for industrial biomass steam boilers.
Jet Environmental appoints technical manager Jet Environmental, the provider of temperature control solutions for industrial and commercial buildings, has appointed Ivan Gonzalez as technical manager.
Powrmatic has appointed Melanie Sadler as engineering manager, with responsibility for the day-to-day management of the engineering department, as well as new product development.
Bitzer Group is mourning the loss of ceo and company owner Peter Schaufler, who has died unexpectedly at the age of 74, in Salzburg.
BSRIA has published a White Paper on Achieving Carbon Targets which looks at what the industry needs from government to deliver and achieve carbon targets over the next 10 years.
Mansfield Pollard’s managing director, Joanna Robinson, has been shortlisted in this year’s Forward Ladies Yorkshire Women in Business Awards.
Toshiba is targeting growth in Ireland as its resurgent economy opens up significant opportunities in both the commercial and residential air conditioning and heat pump sectors.
Avondale, the commercial business sales and acquisitions service provider has completed the sale of Heat Combustion Supplies Ltd to Newbury Investments Ltd.
Following last week’s announcement about sixth form colleges, BSRIA is concerned that science A-levels could be cut due as a result of financial pressures.
Ideal Boilers’ customer service director, Chris Jessop, is encouraging installers to use the key messages communicated during Gas Safety Week when talking to their customers about boiler servicing, maintenance and ongoing, efficient and safe operation.
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) has released the full programme of events for this year’s Building Performance Conference entitled Working Together for Resilient, Efficient and Healthy Buildings.
Expanding Toshiba distributor, Cool Designs Ltd, has launched a comprehensive programme of training and technical support to enable air conditioning installers to achieve national accreditation and grow their businesses.
ECEX has appointed Steve Bell as manager for the Air Intake Screens arm of the business.
BSRIA has launched a White Paper on Bridging the Skills Gap.
Daikin UK and the specialist training provider, Business Edge, are working together to ensure installers are confident and competent when working with low carbon R32 refrigerant.
Staff from Ideal Boilers have been raising funds to help Elly West, the wife of Rory, one of the company’s production operatives, who was recently been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.
Heating oil prices have fallen by a further 4.7% over the past three months to reach a six year low, according to the latest figures from the Sutherland Tables.
BSRIA says it is delighted to be supporting the ICE BIM 2015 Conference, Realising the Promise, which will be held on Wednesday 21 October at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London.
Waterloo Air Products’ hi-tech test lab is offering state-of-the-art facilities for product development and customer training.
A new report from AMA Research says that the market for mechanical and electrical (M&E) contracting was estimated to be valued at around £16bn in 2014, following strong growth of around 7% during the year.
According to the preliminary findings of new research, more than one in three employees (38%) in UK businesses say that air conditioning, heating, water and overall environment at their workplace is a regular talking point.
A Bedford man has been fined for safety failings after installing an LPG fuelled boiler at a domestic property when he was not gas safe registered or qualified to carry out the work.
Daikin Applied Service has appointed Paul Lewis as sales manager for the company’s recently established A/C unitary equipment division.
Ideal Boilers has issued a comment following the announcement by the EU Commission of its proposal to revise the energy efficiency labelling regulations in 2016.
To help specifiers, installers and operators to meet the heat metering requirements of the Government’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme (RHI), B&ES Publications has revised its Guide to Good Practice: Heat Metering for the RHI to reflect the changes to the scheme and to incorporate some of the lessons learned.
The building services sector’s ability to engage with BIM will be tested by a major new survey, conducted by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), supported by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), alongside building services and engineering consultancy BSRIA.
Toshiba distributor AMP is joining forces with the air conditioning manufacturer to launch a competition with the chance to win tickets for this year’s Rugby World Cup.
According to the latest Construction Trade Survey from the Construction Products Association (CPA), firms across the construction industry reported growth in activity in the second quarter of 2015, showing the ninth consecutive quarter of growth.
Ruskin Air Management is sponsoring Tonga in this year’s Rugby World Cup, which will be held in England and Wales during September and October.
BSRIA has extended its scope of UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation to include laboratory based acoustic testing.
BSRIA says it welcomes the key messages in President Obama’s ‘Clean Power Plan’ speech.
Following the acquisition of the Heat Exchanger Division of the GEA Group AG by the European private equity investment firm Triton last year, the air treatment part of the Heat Exchanger business, which contains GEA Denco, will now continue to operate independently in a more focused way.
Ideal Boilers has introduced new ‘Ideal Partnership’ and ‘Contractor Connect’ portals for local authorities, housing associations and contractors.
CIBSE (The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) is calling for submissions for its 2016 Technical Symposium.
Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe SAS has appointed two new area sales managers to cover Scotland and the North East, as part of growth plans for 2015.
The Government has announced that in view of low take-up and concerns about industry standards, there will be no further funding to the Green Deal Finance Company and Green Deal Home Improvement ...
Heat pump manufacturer Dimplex and renewable energy installer Ecoliving recently joined forces to host a Renewable Heat Showcase at Dumfries House in Scotland, demonstrating the opportunities for renewable heat in commercial properties.
Following the Government’s announcement that its Green Deal programme is to be scrapped, ADEY Professional Heating Solutions believes that Westminster should take a more straightforward approach and rely on existing technology to help deliver critical UK climate and energy goals.
Dimplex highlighted the importance of energy efficient heating systems in tackling fuel poverty to the Minister for Housing and Planning, Brandon Lewis, during a visit at the recent Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) conference and exhibition.
Richard Soper has retired as ceo of Worcester, Bosch Group.
BSRIA has expressed concern over messages from Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, in her first major speech since the general election, particularly those centering on the ending of and reliance on subsidies for energy saving schemes.
CIBSE (the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) has published a new edition of its Guide A, which provides guidance on the environmental design of buildings.
Trane has announced that its new state-of-the-art testing facility located in the production and design centre at Epinal, France, is fully operational.
BSRIA is supporting the introduction of airtightness testing data lodgment to the Air Tightness Testing & Measurement Association (ATTMA) Competent Person Scheme (CPS).
The BPMA (British Pump Manufacturers’ Association) is offering the opportunity to attend a four day residential course on ESOS Energy Audits.
Toshiba Corporation has been appointed an Official Sponsor of the Rugby World Cup 2015, renewing the company’s support for the biggest tournament in rugby for the third consecutive year.
Bitzer UK is launching a training initiative designed to update the technical knowledge and practical skills of designers, installers and service engineers in compressor application and maintenance.
BSRIA has appointed a dedicated press officer within its marketing team to maximise press coverage across all communication channels, build press interest in existing products and services and manage reactive media enquiries.