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Mike Foster, chie executive of the EUA

Time to deliver on hydrogen urges energy body

Mike Foster, chie executive of the not-for-profit trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), has called on the UK Government to get on with delivering the vision it laid out in 2019 to make the UK a ‘world-leading hydrogen economy’.... 
 4 Nov 2022

Air Conditioning giant wins design awards

Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning has won the Red Dot Brands and Communication Design Award, a German international design award for product, brand, and communication designs and concepts, for Hitachi airCloud Select and the Hitachi Cooling ... 
 4 Nov 2022
Malcolm Farrow from OFTEC

Government energy policies impacting voting intentions

Nearly three in four (72%) voters on oil heating said the government’s proposals to stop them installing a replacement boiler after 2026 and instead switch to a heat pump will influence how they cast their ballot in a general election.... 
 4 Nov 2022

How to prepare for winter for oil consumers

Helping UK homes prepare for winter this year, the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) has compiled a checklist of five ways people who use heating oil can get ready for the colder weather, stay warm and buy efficiently.... 
 4 Nov 2022
BESA’s technical director Graeme Fox

Industry seeks to plug ‘worrying’ damper skills gap

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) is spearheading an urgent exercise to develop occupational standards that will underpin technical qualifications needed to increase the number of workers able to install, maintain and repair fire ... 
 4 Nov 2022

Government open letter is first step to hydrogen town

The government is inviting the development of plans for a potential first hydrogen heated town from Gas Distribution Network Operators (GDNs).... 
 28 Oct 2022

Hoval increases investment in heat pump production

Hoval is expanding its production capacity significantly with construction of new heat pump manufacturing facilities at its headquarters in Vaduz (Liechtenstein) and in Istebné (Slovakia). The investment required for this will amount to around €60 ... 
 26 Oct 2022

Over 50% of commercial buildings under threat from corrosion

Hevasure, the real-time water monitoring company, has identified that over 50% of commercial buildings have potential corrosion issues in their closed-systems - the essential pipework and plant which keeps water-based HVAC operational.... 
 26 Oct 2022

‘Buzz and energy’ as BESA Conference and Awards bounce back

The Building Engineering Services Association’s first ‘in person’ National Conference and Awards for three years broke historic attendance records with 270 delegates and more than 400 guests at a sparkling awards dinner in London hosted by the ... 
 26 Oct 2022

EDF helps customers move to heat pumps

EDF has announced two new projects that are designed to support customers transitioning to heat pumps. Both projects are supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) under its Heat Pump Ready Programme.... 
 26 Oct 2022

BEAMA launches ventilation guides

Following the enactment of updated standards on ventilation this summer, trade association BEAMA has published three new bitesize guides to help installers better understand and implement Part F (ventilation) of the Building Regulations in ... 
 26 Oct 2022
BESA chief executive David Frise

BESA urges new PM to ‘listen to engineers’  

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed the appointment of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as an opportunity to reset policy on Net Zero and energy security.... 
 26 Oct 2022

Stiebel Eltron to strengthen impact in UK heat pump market

Stiebel Eltron UK is looking forward to meeting heat pump demand across the country as the company’s German headquarters expands its logistics centre in Holzminden, Germany.... 
 26 Oct 2022

Daikin adds three new centres to Sustainable Home Network

Daikin UK has opened the doors of three new Sustainable Home Centres, bringing its national network to around 40-strong.

The UK’s leading air-source heat pump manufacturer is partnering with builder’s merchants, heating specialists and energy companies around the country to educate homeowners on the benefits of renewable heating solutions in person. 

 26 Oct 2022
Paul Rose, chief executive of OFTEC (left) and Ken Cronin, chief executive of UKIFDA (right)

Cost is biggest barrier to consumer uptake of low carbon heating

New data from the latest Public Attitudes Tracker published by BEIS has revealed consumer resistance to switching to low carbon heating systems in the home is being driven by cost.... 
 26 Oct 2022

Event to focus on district heating

District heating experts from across the sector are coming together to discuss the latest trends and topics in low carbon heat networks on 17 November at the REHAU Hub, in the Building Centre in central London.... 
 26 Oct 2022

White paper shows how to avoid buildings becoming stranded assets

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a helpful new guide designed to help building owners and managers reduce the risk of their buildings becoming stranded assets due to not reaching the government’s environmental standards.... 
 26 Oct 2022

Avoid energy waste trap warns trade body

An overwhelming majority of Brits are worried about the price of heating their homes this winter and 9 in 10 (89%) will be changing their home heating behaviour in some way as a result, research has found.... 
 26 Oct 2022

Campaign calls for commitment to hydrogen future

Some of the biggest names in the UK energy industry have joined forces to launch a campaign to raise awareness of hydrogen gas for heating our homes and calling on the Government to commit to a hydrogen future.

The ‘Hello Hydrogen’ Campaign sees gas distribution networks, boiler manufacturers and energy suppliers come together to raise households’ awareness on the low-carbon gas’s role in reducing CO2 emissions. 

 19 Oct 2022

Guide defines Net Zero

BSRIA and London South Bank University have partnered to publish a comprehensive free guide to define the terminology of Net Zero and its implications for the built environment.... 
 19 Oct 2022
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