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Eaton-Williams strikes Gulf deal

Eaton-Williams has struck a deal to market its data centre cooling solutions across the Middle East following a distribution agreement with Saudi based Alessa Industries. 
 2 Feb 2011

Contractors can help customers save money claim

Air conditioning and heating contractors have been advised to tell customers that current and previous installations can be claimed against tax using capital allowance. 
 2 Feb 2011

Jon Richardson to present the ACR News Awards 2011

Comedian Jon Richardson is to be the presenter at this year's ACR News Awards. 
 2 Feb 2011

Trading Standards taking little action over the EPBD

Little or no action is being taken to enforce the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, according to accreditation company Quidos. The regulations require that all air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of more than 12kW must be regularly inspected by an energy assessor. 
 2 Feb 2011

Sharp creates new jobs

Solar panel manufacturer Sharp has created 300 new jobs at its European manufacturing plant in Wrexham, North Wales. 
 28 Jan 2011

SFG 20 standards development role created

Andy Green, a director of consultant Faithful + Gould, has been appointed vice chairman of the SFG20 Technical Standards Committee, which is charged with further development of HVCA's ground-breaking Standard Maintenance Specification for Building Services (SFG20). 
 28 Jan 2011

Daikin calls in police over bogus website

Japanese air conditioning manufacturer Daikin has contacted police in Australia after the launch of a website which the company says falsely claims to be Daikin Air Australia and New Zealand. Daikin says it considers the website a serious breach of brand, copyright and intellectual property. 
 28 Jan 2011

Carrier and Daikin call for binding energy targets

Air conditioning manufacturers Carrier and Daikin are amongst a group of more than 30 companies calling for European ministers to agree a binding energy savings target. 
 28 Jan 2011

Sales boost for LG but no bid for Goodman

LG Air Conditioning saw worldwide sales increase by 50.5 per cent in the last quarter of 2010, compared to the same period in 2009. Full year sales reached $4.2bn, 12.2 per cent higher than 2009. 
 28 Jan 2011

No registration, no deal, says ac supplier

Refcom has applauded the actions of suppliers of refrigeration and air conditioning who are refusing to do business with companies and installers who are not F-gas registered. 
 28 Jan 2011

Cofely secures UK government funding for Southampton geothermal project

Cofely District Energy has secured £200,000 from Department of Energy and Climate Change's (DECC) Deep Geothermal Challenge Fund to part-fund the refit of the Southampton District Energy Scheme's deep geothermal well. 
 24 Jan 2011

Johnson & Starley expands warm air heating spare parts

Johnson & Starley has expanded its warm air heating spare parts availability. 
 24 Jan 2011

Baxi / Remeha merger results in name change

Following the merger of Baxi Group with De Dietrich Remeha in 2009, the Group will now be known as BDR Thermea. 
 24 Jan 2011

Flogas acquires Metcalfe and Evans

LPG supplier Flogas has acquired specialist LPG firm, Metcalfe and Evans. 
 24 Jan 2011

Graham rewards trade customers

Plumbers' merchant Graham has relaunched its Rewards scheme to both trade cash and credit customers. The scheme is designed to help customers earn rewards through purchases made through its network of 180 branches. 
 24 Jan 2011

Wider tenders and contracts service launched

Glenigan and The Builders' Conference have developed what they describe as the most comprehensive tender and contract award leads service for the UK construction industry. 
 20 Jan 2011

Ductbusters' employee first to complete HVCA Green Book

Jason Philip, a senior supervisor at specialist duct cleaning company Ductbusters, is the first heating and ventilation engineer in the UK to have completed the Heating and Ventilating Contractors' Association's Ductwork Cleaning Green Book Training Scheme. 
 20 Jan 2011

Air source heat pump research highlights need for better partnerships

Fuel poverty charity, National Energy Action (NEA) has published its findings from research commissioned in 2009 by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to assess the implications of air source heat pumps (ASHP), on the domestic network infrastructure. 
 20 Jan 2011

Vokèra calls for clarity on the RHI scheme

Following the update on the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), boiler and renewables manufacturer Vokèra is concerned that the potential delay may be a hindrance. While the scheme will be introduced in 2011, it will be phased in with a view to clarifying the finer details in 2012. 
 20 Jan 2011

Warning that RHI delay would be costly

There are signs that the widely anticipated Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) may be delayed, and Mark Krull, marketing director for Logic4training has warned that the consequences could be serious. 
 20 Jan 2011
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