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Mike Foster, chief executive of EUA.

Gas industry hailed for forward thinking

Business leader for consumer insights at the Energy Systems Catapult, Dr Matthew Lipson, has praised the ‘forward thinking and constructive’ gas industry for its work on ‘imagining a net zero future without fossil fuels’.... 
 25 Nov 2019
Left to right: Paul Golding, Richard Nicholls and Jeremy Hodgin of Airedale accept CIBSE Yorkshire Manufacturer of the Year Award 2019.

Airedale scoops second award of the year

Airedale International Air Conditioning has won the award for ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ at this year’s CIBSE Yorkshire Awards... 
 19 Nov 2019
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre entered by Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick in the Commercial Project category.

Best performing buildings shortlist confirmed

There are three innovative schemes that have made the shortlist for the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Building Performance Awards 2020, including the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre, Manchester, The Sweco ... 
 19 Nov 2019

Partnership to streamline workplace chemical safety and risk management

Sevron has now officially become the preferred provider of chemical safety and risk assessment software for the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). Its flagship product COSHH365 Suite is a chemical safety management software platform ... 
 19 Nov 2019
The ribbon being cut in front of the new Viessmann plant in Pinghu near Shanghai.

Market expansion for Viessmann

Viessmann has opened a new plant for the manufacture of wall-mounted gas boilers for the Chinese market. In addition to the factory the company has also built a centre for research and development.... 
 19 Nov 2019
GDHV recently provided training to engineers working for housing association Aster.

GDHV’s new training academy hits the mark for Aster

With its commitment to helping installers stay ahead of industry trends, Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation’s (GDHV) new Training Academy recently proved its worth to more than 50 engineers working on behalf of Aster Group.... 
 15 Nov 2019
Left to right: Robin Walker MP, Sajid Javid MP and Carl Arntzen, chief executive of Worcester Bosch.

Chancellor shown ‘clean gas’ heating future

Worcester Bosch has met with the chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid MP, to present its developments in low-carbon heating technology.... 
 15 Nov 2019

BESA says political parties must tackle late payment epidemic

Politicians must seize the opportunity to set out meaningful plans for the built environment during the General Election, according to the Building Engineering Service Association (BESA).... 
 15 Nov 2019
Ian Allan, head of market strategy for Switch2Energy.

Heat network regulations updates

The office for Product Safety & Standards, which is responsible for enforcing the Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations (HNMBR), has released updates to the legislation that applies to all district and community heat schemes in the UK.... 
 13 Nov 2019
David Knipe, training manager at OFTEC.

OFTEC campaign to encourage heating business apprenticeships

As the number of young people starting apprenticeships continues to fall, OFTEC has launched a new campaign to highlight the business benefits of hiring an apprentice and, in turn, encourage essential fresh, young talent into the industry.... 
 12 Nov 2019
Tony Cole, managing director at Airedale.

CyrusOne selects Airedale to implement cooling solutions

Leading cooling specialists Airedale International have signed an agreement with CyrusOne, a global real estate investment trust (REIT). The contract will see Airedale supply cooling solutions for upcoming data centre projects in Europe.... 
 12 Nov 2019
Dave Pearson, Star Renewable Energy’s director.

Star's Dave Pearson a shortlisted finalist at Scottish Green Energy Awards

Star Renewable Energy’s (SRE) director, Dave Pearson, has been named as a finalist for the Champion of Renewables Award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2019... 
 12 Nov 2019
Left to right: John Barker, Per Andersen and Peter Lange.

Humidity Solutions is Cotes distributor

Humidity Solutions has become the exclusive UK distributor for Denmark based Cotes, manufacturers of desiccant dehumidifiers. At a meeting at the Royal Danish Embassy in London members from both companies met to discuss the opportunities this new ... 
 12 Nov 2019
Marstair

Marstair has mobile training unit

Following the launch of its new website and brand positioning, Marstair has made a major investment in its new UK mobile training unit.... 
 12 Nov 2019
Fujitsu’s Colin Goode will be retiring after almost 48 years in the HVACR industry.

Colin Goode to retire after 48 years in the industry

Colin Goode, Fujitsu’s General Air Conditioning UK’s product specification engineer, is to retire at the end of the year after almost 48 years in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.... 
 11 Nov 2019
Airedale International wins Manufacturer of the Year award.

Airedale wins at business awards

Airedale International Air Conditioning has won Manufacturer of the Year at the Yorkshire Post Business in Excellence Awards.... 
 8 Nov 2019

Time to change regarding mental well-being within businesses

According to a survey run by engineering services trade bodies ECA and BESA, nine out of 10 business owners across construction suffer a range of mental health issues due to payment and other business pressures. This also follows the release of the ... 
 8 Nov 2019
Andy Wardle, sales director for Waterloo Air Products.

Waterloo has new sales director

Waterloo Air Products has promoted Andy Wardle to the position of sales director, with a seat on the company board.... 
 8 Nov 2019
Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation’s two new state-of-the-art training vans.

GDHV’s training goes the distance

Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation’s (GDHV) is helping installers stay informed thanks to two new state-of-the-art training vans which have clocked up almost 30,000 miles since May.... 
 5 Nov 2019

Respite rather than relief as construction PMI falls again

For the sixth month in a row Britain’s construction industry has seen another dip in activity, with Brexit uncertainty preventing people from making changes to their properties. This pulled the Construction PMI index down to 44.2.... 
 4 Nov 2019
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