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Kier to launch facilities services division

The Kier group is merging two of its operations Kier Managed Services (KMS) and Kier Building Services Engineers (KBSE) into new division Kier Facilities Services. 
 28 Oct 2008

Skerritt appoints two new directors

Building services company Skerritt has brought Mark Radford and Peter Saxby into its boardroom as its two new directors. 
 27 Oct 2008

Solid boom: Manufacturers and installers ride demand

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Solid fuel appliance manufacturers are reporting full order books while installers rush to respond to demand as fuel-hit customers opt to reopen blocked up chimneys and buy up stoves. 
 27 Oct 2008

ENER-G generates ready workforce at new school

ENER-G Switch 2, the energy metering and control specialist, has opened a training school to teach its engineers how to install and maintain advanced district heating technology and better understand the firm's products. 
 24 Oct 2008

DECC's army train to spread energy-saving message

Hundreds of workers from the Citizens Advice Bureau and housing associations are to be taught how to advise low income households to ensure they get the best deal on their energy bills. 
 24 Oct 2008

British Gas New Energy buys Semplice Energy

Centrica plc, through its British Gas New Energy division has bought the low carbon solutions firm Semplice Energy for £1.5 million. 
 24 Oct 2008

Buderus bridges heating gap at Bridgend Hotel

Cold spots in an old country house may be an excuse for some to send in an exorcist but at Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel in Coychurch, Bridgend it was a case of bringing in Buderus to replace two outdated heating and hot water boilers with one of its own heating systems. 
 23 Oct 2008

Energetix Genlec and Stiebel Eltron team up for CHP win

Chester-based renewable energy firm Energetix Genlec has agreed to collaborate with Stiebel Eltron to integrate Genlec's micro CHP unit into a Stiebel boiler design to target the European domestic heating market. 
 23 Oct 2008

Government backs CHP feed-in tariff

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Energy and Climate Change secretary Ed Miliband has told the House of Commons the Energy Bill would be amended to introduce a "feed-in tariff" to guarantee prices for micro-generation projects supplying electricity to the national grid. 
 22 Oct 2008

Henderson Green named in good boss guide

Southampton-based building services firm Henderson Green has been ranked one of UK’s best employers, in a newly-published best boss guide. 
 22 Oct 2008

COCAA campaigns to stop the silent killer

The mother of a young boy found dead in his bed following exposure to carbon monoxide fumes from a neighbour's boiler is backing a CO awareness campaign launched by COCAA today. 
 22 Oct 2008

H&S law gets Royal Assent and HVCA warning

Higher penalties and greater sentencing powers against employers who put staff at risk have been introduced in the Health and Safety Offences Act (2008) which gained the royal seal of approval on October 16. 
 21 Oct 2008

Flakt Woods appoints two new UK mds

Flakt Woods UK has appointed two managing directors to take over, as Neil Yule moves on to promote systems throughout Europe. 
 20 Oct 2008

Rehau's training gets more practical

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Rehau has refurbished its academy in Manchester and has a new office in Dublin to tackle new areas for practical training. 
 20 Oct 2008

Training centre for renewable energy opens

East Cheshire Training and Assessment (ECTA), has opened a centre to deliver Logic Certification’s new renewables courses – ground and air source heat pump systems. 
 17 Oct 2008

Travis Perkins: board hunkers down

Travis Perkins, leading UK builders merchant, is likely to drop its final dividend. 
 16 Oct 2008

New Sanyo virus washer protects healthcare staff from airborne pathogens

Following a new UK government warning of the inevitability of a flu pandemic that could kill up to 50 million people worldwide, electronics giant Sanyo has launched a virus washer proven to inactivate airborne viruses and bacteria permanently. 
 16 Oct 2008

OFTEC warns: govt strategy could increase fuel poverty

The government’s latest strategy on renewable energy could mean more fuel poverty, according to one of the leading trade associations in the heating industry. 
 15 Oct 2008

HVR Benchmarking survey: have your say

HVR has teamed up with Estimation to launch the HVR Benchmarking Survey and we want your help to gather information about the building services industry and the issues it faces. 
 15 Oct 2008

Samsung focuses in on UK

SAMSUNG is to invest heavily in the UK air conditioning market. 
 15 Oct 2008
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