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Daikin Applied

Daikin Applied veteran retires after 48 years

Daikin Applied UK operations manager Steve Anderson is retiring after nearly half a century in the industry.... 
 12 May 2022

Spirotech invests in new logistics partnership and distribution centre

Spirotech has invested in a new logistics partnership and distribution centre to provide faster delivery and enhanced service for customers across the UK.... 
 11 May 2022
Malcolm Farrow, head of public affairs at OFTEC

Queen's Speech a missed opportunity – OFTEC

OFTEC has welcomed the commitment in the Queen’s Speech to bring forward an Energy Bill to ‘deliver the transition to cheaper, cleaner and more secure energy’ in the long term, but believes this was a missed opportunity to set out measures to help ... 
 11 May 2022
Mike Foster, chief executive of EUA

Government must act on Energy Bill promises before winter of astronomical bills

Following the Queen’s speech this week, energy trade association, the not-for-profit Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), has declared the time has come for the Government to deliver on the many promises made by Ministers around the hydrogen economy.... 
 11 May 2022

Experts say hybrid heat pump incentives are need to decarbonise home heating

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is calling for greater support for hybrid systems in the Government’s Net Zero strategy, in order to provide a practical method of achieving low-carbon heating for consumers.... 
 11 May 2022
HPA Vice-Chair Craig Dolan

Heat Pump Association confirms Craig Dolan as Vice-Chair

Craig Dolan, European Heat Pump Business Development Manager at Vaillant Group, has been appointed Vice-Chair of the Heat Pump Association (HPA).... 
 11 May 2022

Lord Callanan visits UK manufacturer to understand more on low carbon heating

Heating appliance manufacturer Worcester Bosch has welcomed the Minister for Business, Energy and Corporate Responsibility, to showcase recent developments in low-carbon heat.... 
 11 May 2022

Inspire the next generation, urges CIBSE president

Inspiring and supporting the next generation of engineers will help society solve the big technical and scientific challenges of today and tomorrow, Kevin Mitchell, incoming President of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) said in his Presidential Address.

"Research shows that the most talented young people - those who have a choice of profession - are increasingly drawn to careers where they believe their work will have a positive impact on the world. I would argue that there are few careers that offer more opportunity to deliver real change than that of a Building Services Engineer," he said. 

 11 May 2022
Vent-Axia’s product manager, Natasha King

Webinar to set out changes to ventilation in existing homes

Ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia is hosting a webinar aimed at the social housing sector on the recently launched Building Regulations.... 
 5 May 2022
The Viessmann site in Allendorf (Eder) with around 4,500 employees. Over the next three years, the company will invest a total of one billion euros in research and development and in expanding its heat pump production capacities. Other innovative solutions based on renewable energy sources will also be pushed massively

Viessmann to invest €1bn in green solutions

The Viessmann Group has announced it will invest €1 billion in the next three years to extend its heat pump and green climate solutions portfolio. The investments are targeted to expand the family company’s manufacturing footprint and R&D labs, ... 
 5 May 2022

Building Safety Act already changing the industry

The Building Safety Act, which has been given royal assent, is already having a big impact on our industry, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).... 
 5 May 2022

Ideal Heating and DCG team up to address installation skills gaps

Boiler and heat pump manufacturer Ideal Heating has teamed up with Derby College Group (DCG) to launch its first multi-faceted training facility that will support and upskill current and future installers.... 
 5 May 2022

CIBSE launches new training on the Building Safety Bill

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) has developed a new training course focused on the Building Safety Bill.... 
 5 May 2022
Ian Robinson, Baxi HS&E and quality director

Baxi cuts carbon emissions by more than a third

Baxi’s carbon emissions last year were 35 per cent lower than they were two years ago, the company’s sustainability report reveals... 
 27 Apr 2022
James Meadows, regional sales manager, Aermec UK

Aermec strengthens sales team

Aermec UK, the award-winning manufacturer of air handling solutions has appointed James Meadows as a regional sales manager.... 
 27 Apr 2022
George Eustice, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, visits Gwinear School in Cornwall which has adopted the renewable liquid fuel (right)

Over 100 oil homes switch to fossil-free HVO

Calls for the government to back a wider rollout of the renewable liquid fuel HVO continue to grow following the announcement that over 100 oil heated properties across the UK have now converted to the fossil-free kerosene alternative.... 
 27 Apr 2022

New national sales manager for LG

Peter Spurway has joined LG Electronics as national sales manager – heating projects based at the company’s HQ in Weybridge, Surrey.... 
 27 Apr 2022

We don’t need to choose between air quality and energy efficiency

The pandemic has focused attention on the need for better building ventilation, but this need not come at the expense of saving energy and cutting carbon, according to a leading building services engineer.... 
 26 Apr 2022

New research finds heat pumps now less expensive to run than gas boilers

For the first time, efficient heat pumps in the UK are cheaper to run than gas boilers according to new analysis from RAP - The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP) - an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental organisation dedicated to accelerating the transition to a clean, reliable, and efficient energy future.

This is mainly down to gas prices increasing more than electricity pricing.

The detailed analysis shows that with a coefficient of performance (COP) of 3, a heat pump starts to become cheaper to run than a gas boiler. In the past, a COP of around 3.7 was required to achieve the same running costs as a gas boiler. 

 26 Apr 2022

MP attends opening of Sustainable Home Centre in Wales

Daikin UK has opened its first Sustainable Home Centre in North Wales, in partnership with Thorncliffe Building Supplies, one of the largest independent builders’ merchants in North Wales and the North West of England.... 
 26 Apr 2022
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