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Glow-worm embarks on national CPD tour

Glow-worm is offering guidance on new renewable legislation and incentive schemes such as Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Feed in Tariff (FiT) in a series of CPD seminars taking place across the country.
The CPD seminar, 'Lower carbon, lower costs - meeting legislation in 2011', provides guidance for specifiers, developers, housebuilders and social housing professionals through the latest UK renewable legislative changes, and discusses how they can prepare for them.

Each seminar offers advice on how to meet renewable legislative requirements in 2011 and how to qualify for incentive schemes such as FiT and RHI.

Glow-worm commercial director Pippa Wibberley commented: 'With laws and regulations constantly changing, we recognise that customers need clarity on the changing legislative environment and the impact it will have on upcoming projects. Having access to the very latest product and sector information, along with 75 years of experience in providing first class products and expert support, we're aiming to help specifiers and housebuilders to stay up to speed with the constant changes and developments throughout the heating and hot water industry.'

The seminar series will be presented by technologies engineer, Martin Butcher, and the Specifications and Renewables team throughout the UK until November. For more information visit:
4 April 2011


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Insulating EU homes could reduce energy demand by 44%

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.


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