Thousands of homes and businesses on old and inefficient heat networks will benefit from lower bills and a more reliable heating supply thanks to government funding, announced this week....
With just one week to go, the countdown is on for the HVR Awards 2023. But time is running out to secure your place. Book now for the live event on October 5 at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel in London....
Baxi has united with eight leading organisations in the construction industry, representing over 250,000 workers, to launch a new coalition that aims to tackle a lack of diversity across the industry....
The new iSense-Plus from Nuaire, part of the Genuit group, is a decentralised mechanical extract ventilation (dMEV) fan designed to provide Building Regulations compliant continuous background extract ventilation for new build residential properties....
An intelligent decision in utilising an intelligent spring could help improve occupant health and performance alongside savings in energy and manufacturing time....
Samsung Climate Solutions has announced the full EHS Mono HT Quiet range (8kW, 12kW, 14kW) has achieved 65 degrees Celsius high temperature rating on MCS....
Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at Government policy on low carbon heating and hot water provision which is defined by international pricing, supply chains and political polarisation leading to a rare level of market confusion. This has led to UK customer confusion over which appliance and what fuel should be sourced for heating and hot water needs. Installers & contractors suffer when advising and specifying on behalf of customer due to constant shifts in policy and regular mainstream media misinformation. Here are some reactions to this.