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Smart app will boost competence and fight fraud

The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) has developed a ‘Smart Check’ app to help construction site operators verify the identities and qualifications of more than two million skills card holders.... 
 6 Apr 2022

A great place to work, say Uponor employees

Uponor, the global solutions provider for the delivery of safe drinking water as well as energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, has been officially recognised as one of the great places to work in 2021 and 2022.... 
 6 Apr 2022
Mike Foster, chief executive of the EUA

Cry for help with energy bills

Across the UK, the overwhelming majority people are crying out for help with their energy bills, claims Mike Foster, chief executive of the not-for-profit trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA).... 
 6 Apr 2022
Rachel Salisbury with son Jasper and two of the British Gas engineers that installed their Daikin heat pump - the first in the country to recieve a BUS grant

First Boiler Upgrade Scheme heat pump installed

British Gas and Daikin have successfully installed the first heat pump in the country that is being part-funded by the government’s new Boiler Upgrade Scheme.... 
 1 Apr 2022
Evelin Fazekas is assembling a PCB for an EC motor.

Ziehl-Abegg posts record sales

Southern Germany based manufacturer of electric motors and fans Ziehl-Abegg, has reported annual growth of 11.9 per cent... 
 1 Apr 2022

Launch of new guidance on Net Zero definition

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) is launching new guidance, developed to provide industry-wide definitions on Net Zero and address frequently asked questions during an online launch event... 
 1 Apr 2022

Lochinvar promotes Ashplant to key sales role

Commercial hot water, heating and renewables company Lochinvar has appointed Dave Ashplant as its new southern regional sales manager.... 
 1 Apr 2022

Sharp rise in demand for connected buildings

New study finds the number of buildings globally deploying smart building technologies will reach 115 million in 2026, from 45 million in 2022.... 
 1 Apr 2022

Call to incentivise hybrid heat pump systems to enhance energy security

Baxi is calling on the Government to incentivise hybrid heat pump systems to reduce reliance on natural gas and increase heat pump installations.... 
 1 Apr 2022

New analysis measures emissions of transporting pipework

With decarbonisation legislation continuing to tighten in the UK, a polymer specialist has carried out a CO2 emissions analysis for contractors to measure emissions accrued from transporting district heating pipework and plumbing pipework to ... 
 1 Apr 2022
BCIA President Graeme Rees

New BCIA President outlines aims and objectives

After taking over from Terry Sharp, new BCIA President Graeme Rees has outlined some of the key issues he would like to address during his tenure as President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA).... 
 1 Apr 2022

New study questions wisdom of investing in heat pumps

Buying a heat pump is a financially irrational investment according to a new study from the not-for-profit trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), which examined a range of decisions with modern capital investment appraisal techniques used ... 
 1 Apr 2022
Kensa chief executive Simon Lomax

Kensa announces chief executive transition

The Kensa Group, the ground source heat pump market leader based in Cornwall, has announced that long-time chief executive Simon Lomax, is stepping down due to health reasons.... 
 1 Apr 2022
BESA’s head of technical Graeme Fox

Chancellor’s green tax reforms welcomed

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has praised Chancellor Rishi Sunak for putting energy and carbon reduction at the heart of his Spring Statement.... 
 1 Apr 2022

BESA tightens security following online testing fraud

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) says it has carried out a thorough review of the security procedures behind its online training schemes following the jailing of two construction skills testers last month.... 
 24 Mar 2022

Industry reacts to Spring Statement

While support for energy efficient measures have been welcomed, other aspects of Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Spring Statement have been met with disappointment in some sectors of the industry.... 
 24 Mar 2022

New training suite for NICEIC courses

Vent-Axia has invested in a new bespoke training suite for its NICEIC Domestic Ventilation Training Course at its Crawley headquarters.... 
 22 Mar 2022

Healthy design key to minimising overheating building risks

Building specifiers and contractors are advised to put healthy design principles first when adapting existing structures according to REHAU, following cautions from the Climate Change Committee (CCC) about overheating buildings.... 
 22 Mar 2022

ISH China & CIHE offer lucrative opportunities in China’s HVAC industry

Scheduled to take place from 9 – 11 May 2022 at the New China International Exhibition Center in Beijing, is the2022 edition of ISH China & CIHE – China’s leading international trade fair for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, sanitation &... 
 22 Mar 2022
Go Green Training Academy director Brian Weir

North East heat pump training centre opens

Go Green Training Academy, based in Peterlee, County Durham, has opened its doors to deliver qualifications in the installation, servicing and maintenance of air source heat pumps (ASHPs), helping trades people in the area take advantage of growing ... 
 22 Mar 2022
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