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Charlie Brain - Senior Consultant and Authorising Engineer (Water), Water Hygiene Centre

Scald risk - TMT, or no TMV, that is the question.

One of the risks associated with water safety that requires our attention is the risk of scalding. That’s the view of Charlie Brain - senior consultant and authorising engineer (water), Water Hygiene Centre... 
 25 Jan 2024

A smooth transition to a greener future

Heat pumps are already playing a big part in decarbonising commercial buildings, a role that is only set to increase as the UK heads towards Net Zero. Stewart McGillivray, from Guardian Water Treatment, looks at the steps M&E contractors and ... 
 21 Dec 2023

Why stored hot water is crucial for Net Zero

Mixergy CEO, Peter Armstrong, explains how having a smart hot water cylinder installed can save householders money on their energy bills now, prepare them for a future renewable heating system and also allow them to take advantage of flexible ... 
 21 Dec 2023

High standards in chimneys and flues

Dennis Milligan, president of the British Flue and Chimney Manufacturers Association (BCFMA), provides an update on chimney and flue design and industry standards.... 
 21 Dec 2023

European & global market for heat pumps looks for wide expansion

Chris Goggin looks at the expansion of the global heat pump market as they will play a pivotal part in UK, European and international decarbonisation plans. Rinnai observes the market conditions that will likely see heat pump technology become standard household appliances on an international scale. 
 31 Oct 2023

European & Global Market for Heat Pumps Looks for Wide Expansion

Chris Goggin looks at the expansion of the global heat pump market as they will play a pivotal part in UK, European and international decarbonisation plans. Rinnai observes the market conditions that will likely see heat pump technology become standard household appliances on an international scale. 
 12 Oct 2023
Chris Goggin of Rinnai

Rinnai support for installers on consumer confusion concerns

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. 
 7 Sep 2023
Whitecode Consulting managing director Alex Hill

Should we look to southern hemisphere for building design inspiration

With summers getting hotter and health and safety risks increasing, should the British built environment sector be looking across the equator to the Southern hemisphere for architectural design inspiration? Managing director at Whitecode Consulting, ... 
 10 Aug 2023

Unlocking the heat pump revolution: embracing a bright future

Charlotte Lee, Chief Executive of the Heat Pump Association reflects on the future for heat pumps.... 
 20 Jul 2023
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