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Opportunity knocks in commercial arena

Commercial buildings in the UK are crying out for heating engineers to help reduce their running costs. Bryan Gates tells Heating and Ventilating Review about the opportunities this is providing. 
 1 Jul 2014

Green Deal: breaking the golden rule

Re-vamped and now re-launched, the ‘New’ Green Deal is with us. Will it be more successful than the previous incarnation? 
 25 Jun 2014

Is fracking the energy Eldorado? asks BSRIA

Protestors have attempted to turn David Cameron’s Oxfordshire home into a fracking site - proposed government reforms to the ‘fracking’ bill in the Queen’s speech are indeed contentious. 
 9 Jun 2014

Cutting carbon in the classroom

Lisa Gingell explains why proactive energy management is just as important in the school environment as the office and highlights why interactive energy management dashboards are great for giving schools an energy boost and ideal for showing children how they can cut carbon 
 2 Apr 2014

Water treatment - targeting the cause not the symptom

Advancements in heating and cooling technologies have pushed the importance of water conditioning solutions up the agenda, but there's still much more that can be done to maximise efficiency and improve the whole life cost of a commercial system. Here, Martin Wilkinson of Spirotech UK, explains why 
 2 Apr 2014

District heating puts communities in control

The Department of Energy and Climate Change's latest initiative, the Community Energy Strategy, is a sign of recognition of the significant role district heating systems can play in the UK, says Chris Davies of Kensa Heat Pumps 
 2 Apr 2014

The real appeal of renewable heating

Cliff Arnold explains what is needed to achieve a profitable renewable heating system with Energy Flex and ground source heat pumps 
 2 Apr 2014

The natural way to adapt to climate change

Using smoke ventilation systems for natural ventilation has been highlighted as a key strategy for helping commercial sites adapt to climate change, explains Rob Davies 
 2 Apr 2014

Dorset innovator inspired by German lessons

AP Chant founder Ashley Chant's experience as a young heating engineer in Germany meant he was quick to spot the potential of renewables 
 1 Apr 2014
Recent news articles

Lessons in retrofit lead to energy efficiency

There can be a temptation to underestimate the returns offered by retrofit technologies on energy efficiency investments, warns Chris Meir, of Remeha Commercial. In fact, adopting the appropriate measures could save schools up to £21,500 a year 
 1 Apr 2014

Good ventilation for today's airtight schools

Mark Quigley discusses the importance of good ventilation in educational buildings 
 1 Apr 2014

Clean air boosts learning

Phil Marris looks at the importance of maintaining good Indoor Air Quality within schools and what to consider in a ventilation system 
 1 Apr 2014

Heat transfer fluids - the little things count

Andrew Murray examines the importance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in the school environment and the benefits of carefully selecting heat transfer fluids to ensure the lifespan and reliability of systems 
 1 Apr 2014

Value engineering - a complete consultation

Manufacturers need to do all they can to aid specifiers in meeting increasingly tight budgets, writes heating solutions professional Stephen Suddens
 
 31 Mar 2014

Opportunity knocks as schools strive for clean air

The privately owned manufacturer of air distribution products GDL which was acquired as part of a family run operation in 2004 is making the Government's aim to ensure schools are ventilated to EU standards works in its favour, as demand for its unique natural ventilation products grows. HVR spoke to commercial director Paul Callaghan
 
 31 Mar 2014

Efficient space heating

Powered flue fan-assisted heaters offer a flexible and economical solution to heating problems in public buildings. They also provide significant energy savings over gas heaters with pilot lights, particularly in situations where intermittent heating is required, according to Martin Emmerson of Vulcana. 
 11 Mar 2014

The talking tool of cooling

Advanced controls technology and the ability to get different systems talking to one another through an appropriate building management system (BMS) is a valuable tool when it comes to managing a cooling plant effectively and meeting energy efficiency objectives. This can quickly deliver a significant return on the initial investment, according to Alberto Zennaro of Airedale 
 11 Mar 2014

Adding a new dimension

A new type of air conditioning, that combines the benefits of high efficiency heat pumps with whole-building heat recovery, has been introduced by Klima-Therm. Best known for its co-development of the Turbomiser chiller, the company has partnered with Italian manufacturer Rhoss to launch the technology in the UK 
 11 Mar 2014

The importance of routine inspections in VRF systems

To ensure the longevity of industrial air conditioning and VRF systems, many believe that product maintenance and regular servicing are imperative. Fewer, however, appear to recognise the importance of routine inspections. Marc Diaz, of Panasonic, looks at the role that scheduled inspections play in reducing energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions for VRF systems. 
 11 Mar 2014

Tackling air quality from the design stage

Andy Cardy of Fläkt Woods discusses the need for a holistic approach to system design in modern ventilation systems to optimise working environments and reduce energy costs 
 11 Mar 2014
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