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£6.9m funding for 'green' projects in Scotland

Energy Minister Jim Mather has announced a package of major funding from the European Regional Development Fund for Scotland's renewable energy and low carbon innovation projects, including £1.05 million to university research. 
 22 Mar 2011

FIT consultation is open for feedback

The Government has opened a consultation on the fast-track review of Feed-in Tariffs for small scale low carbon electricity. The consultation seeks views on proposed bands and accompanying changes to the tariffs for solar photovoltaics (PV) over 50kW and farm-scale Anaerobic Digestion (AD). 
 21 Mar 2011

Blane Judd appointed HVCA chief executive designate

Blane Judd is to replace Robert Higgs as HVCA chief executive in July. 
 21 Mar 2011

Glen Dimplex Boilers makes social media debut

Glen Dimplex Boilers has joined the social media world of Facebook and Twitter and are offering fans and followers the opportunity to win FIVE iDream digital stereo clock radios by Roberts, complete with an iPod/iPhone dock. 
 21 Mar 2011

Daikin appoints new national sales manager

Daikin has appointed Iain Bevan as national sales manager of its Heating and Renewables Division. 
 21 Mar 2011

New chief operating officer appointed at Enertech

Enertech Group has appointed Nick Whitwell as its new chief operating officer. 
 21 Mar 2011

Glen Dimplex Boilers appoint new technical manager

Glen Dimplex Boilers has appointed Gordon Glover to the position of technical manager. 
 21 Mar 2011

BG Controls acquires e-fficient Energy Systems

BG Controls has acquired e-fficient Energy Systems. 
 21 Mar 2011

Kathy Cumella retires from Walter Meier after 40 years

Long-serving marketing manager Kathy Cumella has retired from Walter Meier (Climate UK). 
 21 Mar 2011

ADEY awarded ISO double

ADEY Professional Heating Solutions, an independent manufacturer, has achieved ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditations recognising its quality and environmental systems. 
 21 Mar 2011

Concerns raised over RHI impact on social housing and pollution

The Government's failure to publish the domestic tariff levels in the RHI announcement will result in the immediate cancellation of many scheduled installations in the social housing sector, one manfacturer has claimed. Meanwhile, Environmental Protection UK is warning of an increase in air pollution... 
 18 Mar 2011

Vaillant announce growth despite market trend

Vaillant Group, the ventilation and air-conditioning technology specialist has grown despite a difficult market environment in financial year 2010. 
 17 Mar 2011

Grafton appoints new director for renewables

Grafton has appointed Paul Roche as renewables director. 
 17 Mar 2011

Polypipe launches new catalogue

Polypipe Ventilation has revealed a new catalogue of energy-saving domestic and light commercial ventilation systems. 
 16 Mar 2011

National Chimney Academy opens in Suffolk

Specflue has opened what it says is Britain's biggest dedicated HETAS training facility. 
 16 Mar 2011

Sabien welcomes EU retrofit energy saving

Sabien Technology has welcomed the EU Commission's call for more investment in energy efficiency and green technologies, and its statement that retrofit solutions will be one of the keys to achieving energy efficiency and carbon emissions targets. 
 16 Mar 2011

DECC's Greg Barker visits Hoval's Lincoln factory

Gregory Barker, Minister of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), has visited Hoval's manufacturing facility in Lincoln following the launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). 
 15 Mar 2011

Fläkt Woods help young engineers reach for the sky

Twenty young engineers took part in a unique learning experience at Flakt Woods in Colchester, turning their creative engineering ideas into reality in a Dragon's Den type challenge. 
 15 Mar 2011

No reason to expect similar seismic activity in the UK

Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne has spoken out about the possible implications for the UK on the problems with nuclear power stations in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami there last week. 
 14 Mar 2011

Industry pledges aid for Japan

Japan's major air conditioning manufacturers have pledged money to support the aid efforts in areas hit by the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami which hit the country on Friday. 
 14 Mar 2011
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