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Rishi Sunak with installer Darren Jones, of Jones Plumbing & Heating, testing a solar thermal system to make sure it can work all year round

Chancellor visits renewables training provider

MP for Richmond (Yorks) and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, visited renewables training provider, GTEC – a company striving to creating the ‘green' installers needed to meet carbon reduction targets.

At the end of last year, GTEC won a bid to provide heavily discounted training and certification to individuals and companies looking to upskill into heat-based renewables, backed by The Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) through Midlands Energy Hub (MEH). 

 20 Apr 2021

Investment strategy sees Aqua aim for industry top spot

Temperature control specialist, Aqua, has announced a multimillion pound investment as part of a large-scale growth plan.... 
 20 Apr 2021

Healthy buildings key to sustainable multi-residential developments

Amid the current UK multi-residential development boom, the majority of contractors and consultants claim sustainability will be the most important design issue over the next 10 years, according to an industry report.... 
 19 Apr 2021
Ian Allan, head of market strategy for Switch2 Energy

Retrofitting heat networks for affordable carbon reduction

Retrofitting heat networks for decarbonisation – at a price customers can afford – will be discussed by Ian Allan, head of market strategy for Switch2 Energy, at The Future of Heat Conference on 12 May 2021.... 
 19 Apr 2021

New Toshiba Carrier factory begins production

Toshiba Carrier Air-Conditioning Europe in Gniezno, Poland, has commenced operation and is now manufacturing and shipping products.... 
 19 Apr 2021
BESA’s director of training and skills Helen Yeulet

Labour market feeling the heat as industry rebounds

The speed of the economic recovery is already revealing cracks in the building services labour market, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).

During a webinar hosted by the Association, recruitment experts warned that without significant investment in upskilling existing workers and adding to the sector’s headcount the industry would struggle to keep pace as the industry bounces back from the pandemic. 

 19 Apr 2021
Martyn Ives, Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK

Fujitsu announces organisational changes

Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK has announced the promotion of Martyn Ives to distribution sales and technical director. It is the first time in 20 years that a member of the UK team has been promoted to a director role within the organisation.... 
 16 Apr 2021

Baxi boiler ranges achieve certification for use with 20% hydrogen

Baxi has achieved certification for the Baxi 600, Baxi 800 and Baxi Assure ranges of gas boilers to run on a 20% hydrogen blend.... 
 16 Apr 2021

BESA launches new jobs board

BESA is partnering with the recruitment specialist PRS Recruitment to deliver a new online ‘Jobs Board’ to help members attract new recruits and match skilled people with the right job.... 
 15 Apr 2021
A clearer definition of

Urgent call to change how we define fresh air

As the UK emerges from lockdown, a ventilation specialist is accelerating calls for a clearer definition of ‘fresh air’, in order to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) in our public buildings.... 
 15 Apr 2021

Bosch Commercial launches online booking

Heating, cooling and hot water technology provider Bosch Commercial has launched a new online booking system, saving contractors hours when arranging a project consultation call or site visit.... 
 15 Apr 2021
Ashley Pellegrina

Albion expands project support

Valve supplier Albion Valves (UK) has appointed Ashley Pellegrina as project coordinator.... 
 15 Apr 2021

Dust extraction specialist achieves occupational health & safety certification

Dustcontrol has been officially certified according to ISO 45001 on Occupational Health and Safety, highlighting its commitment to provide a reduced ecological impact and safer working environment.... 
 15 Apr 2021
TF Solutions managing director  Andy Cherrill

TF Solutions supplies Mitsubishi Electric range

TF Solutions has become a wholesaler for Mitsubishi Electric’s advanced range of HVAC solutions.... 
 14 Apr 2021
Overclean’s technicians receiving their SVQ certificates

Overclean first to gain SVQ Units in Ventilation Hygiene

The National Association of Air Duct Specialists (NAADUK) has congratulated Overclean on becoming its first member company to have its technicians achieve the SVQ Units in Ventilation Hygiene.... 
 14 Apr 2021
Rob Jacque, UK business director at Spirotech

Spirotech appoints new UK business director

Spirotech, specialist in solutions for conditioning fluids in HVAC and process installations, has appointed Rob Jacques as UK business director.... 
 13 Apr 2021
Toby Hunt heads up Guardian Water Treatment

New chief at Guardian Water Treatment

Guardian Water Treatment has appointed a new head, Toby Hunt. 
 12 Apr 2021

New mindset needed to fix safety issues

Contractors and design professionals must rethink their approach to supports and fixings to reduce the number of unsafe building services installations, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA).... 
 12 Apr 2021

CICV Forum marks first anniversary

After marking the anniversary of its first-ever meeting, key members of Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum have revealed their personal highlights of working together for the ever-expanding collective.... 
 8 Apr 2021

Team limbers up for 50,000 mile challenge

The team at Toshiba Carrier UK (TCUK) and its UK sister companies has set a target of running and walking a combined total of 50,000 miles during April as part of a team building and fitness challenge for charity.... 
 8 Apr 2021
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