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Vattenfall front runner on low carbon district heating contract

Vattenfall, the Swedish energy group, has been selected as the preferred partner to deliver the district heating infrastructure for Argent Related and Barnet Council’s 180-acre development of Brent Cross South in Barnet, North London.... 
 16 May 2019

Vaillant chosen for large-scale almshouse refurb

Vaillant, in partnership with Cornerstone housing association, has aided in the refurbishment of 44 almshouses in Exeter by specifying new heating systems for each unit. The project saw the manufacturer supplying its ultra-efficient combi boilers in ... 
 16 May 2019

FläktGroup issues illegal smoke damper warning

Smoke dampers play an important role by stopping smoke from leaking as part of an extraction system. However, FläktGroup, a leading provider of air management solutions, reveals that, in many cases, the mandatory standard for smoke dampers is being ... 
 16 May 2019

Dame Kelly Holmes is BSRIA Briefing speaker

BSRIA is staging its fourth flagship Soft Landings conference: Quality and performance – two sides of the same coin. The conference will take place on Friday June 14, hosted by Arup.... 
 16 May 2019

Obituary: Graham Manly

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has paid tribute to its former president Graham Manly OBE.... 
 16 May 2019

LCL achieves ISO 9001

Logic Certification Ltd (LCL) has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, further establishing it as a leader in its field.... 
 16 May 2019

BCIA Awards winners revealed

The winners of the 2019 Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) Awards were announced at an exclusive ceremony and gala dinner on May 9 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.... 
 16 May 2019

BESA backs zero carbon goals

The government should adopt the ambitious zero carbon targets recommended by an influential parliamentary committee, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).... 
 16 May 2019
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Heat networks the answer for urban housing emissions

Switch2 Energy says heat networks are the logical choice for greener high density housing developments, in order to meet ambitious emissions reduction targets.... 
 9 May 2019
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