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NIBE MD Phil Hurley, HHIC director Stewart Clements, UKIFDA chief executive Guy Pulham, Baxi Heating MD Karen Boswell and OFTEC head of public affairs Malcolm Farrow have all commented on the Committee on Climate Change

Heating sector supports CCC Sixth Carbon Budget

There has been widespread support from the industry for the Sixth Carbon Budget of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) but there is a hint of caution from some.... 
 10 Dec 2020
BESA chief executive David Frise

BESA podcast dives deep

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has launched a podcast series that offers in depth analysis of the most pressing issues confronting the building services industry.... 
 10 Dec 2020

Essential COVID-19 ventilation guidance

Ventilation specialist Vent-Axia has launched guidance on how ventilation can help in the fight against COVID-19.... 
 10 Dec 2020

Mitsubishi Electric renews partnership with Special Olympics GB

Mitsubishi Electric has renewed its partnership with Special Olympics GB for a further two years with immediate effect with both organisations committed to building upon the existing mutually beneficial relationship to help transform the lives of ... 
 9 Dec 2020

An opportunity to invest in a green recovery

The Green Finance Institute has released a report on zero carbon heating which details how the current challenges can be turned into a green recovery investment opportunity.

The report has been prepared by The Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings (CEEB) – a cross-sectoral collaboration of over 200 individuals, established by the Green Finance Institute with support from E3G in 2019.

In the UK, heating the built environment is one of the largest contributors to emissions and accounts for 21% of the national total. Housing alone is responsible for two-thirds of these emissions, and a near complete decarbonisation of heat is essential to achieve the government’s net-zero target by 2050. 

 9 Dec 2020
Rudi Klein, CEO of the Specialist Engineering Contractors

Construction industry leader steps down

After a period spanning more than 30 years, during which he has been seen as a major force driving industry improvement, Rudi Klein is stepping down from his role as CEO of the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group as from the beginning of ... 
 8 Dec 2020

Carrier product is one of TIME's 100 best inventions

Carrier Global Corporation's OptiClean Dual-Mode Air Scrubber & Negative Air Machine, sold in the North American market, has been named as one of TIME’s 100 Best Inventions of 2020.... 
 7 Dec 2020

Panasonic deepens relationship with City Plumbing Supplies

Panasonic is working closely with City Plumbing Supplies across their UK outlets for further distribution of its Aquarea Air Source Heat Pumps.... 
 7 Dec 2020
BESA head of technical Graeme Fox

BESA future proofs F-Gas renewals

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), in partnership with affiliate member Mitsubishi Electric, has launched an online training course so refrigeration and air conditioning engineers can renew their professional accreditations ... 
 7 Dec 2020
Ingleton Wood is raising concerns of fire safety issues being increasingly excluded from professional indemnity insurance policies following Grenfell, leaving building owners such as schools, hospitals and businesses at risk of being uninsured. 
Pic by Ingleton Wood

Concern over PI insurance cover in Grenfell aftermath

Construction experts have raised concerns over fire safety issues being increasingly excluded from professional indemnity insurance (PI) policies following the Grenfell Tower inquiry – leaving building owners such as schools, hospitals and ... 
 7 Dec 2020
Panasonic Heating & Cooling MD Enrique Vilamitjana

Panasonic MD joins EHPA board

Managing director of Panasonic Heating & Cooling Solutions Europe, Enrique Vilamitjana, has been elected to the European Heat Pump Association’s (EHPA) board of directors.... 
 7 Dec 2020
Jeff House, head of external affairs at Baxi Heating

Cautious welcome for PM's plan

Baxi Heating has welcomed the Prime Minister's green industrial revolution plan but stressed it has also raised a number of questions.... 
 2 Dec 2020

Whitepaper tackles legionella risk

Low occupancy rates in commercial buildings could be leading to a ticking time bomb of water quality issues according to Guardian Water Treatment.

To help building owners take the right steps to prevent these issues, in particular legionella, the company has launched a new whitepaper – Locked down but not forgotten.

In the whitepaper, Guardian draws on its own data from over 30,000 samples taken from commercial buildings, predominantly in London, over a six-month period starting from April 2020 (when the first lockdown began). 

 2 Dec 2020
Marc White of Carrier Rental Systems

Carrier Rental invests in heating fleet for winter

Carrier Rental Systems has completed a major investment in high performance space heating, hot water and steam boiler plant to meet anticipated demand this winter.... 
 2 Dec 2020
Richard Harvey, commercial director for Wolseley Plumb & Parts

Wolseley backs government's heating vision

Wolseley Plumb & Parts has welcomed the Government’s plans to place heat pump and hydrogen technology at the centre of the UK’s sustainability vision.... 
 2 Dec 2020
Lochinvar’s sales director Liam Elmore

Industry must scale up to deliver PM's plan

The Prime Minister’s ambitious plans for heat pumps must be backed by a major training programme and comprehensive technical support, according to manufacturer Lochinvar.


 2 Dec 2020

Carrier plans to slash customers' carbon footprint

Carrier Global Corporation has announced the company’s first set of environmental, social & governance (ESG) goals since becoming an independent company in April.... 
 1 Dec 2020

J S Wright sponsors junior footballers

A junior football team in the West Midlands is bonding together in style thanks to one of the UK’s leading building services providers.... 
 30 Nov 2020

BESA members are getting ‘Hackitt-ready’

BESA members are already well placed to meet the quality and safety challenges posed by the “once in a generation” changes being brought about by the Hackitt Review, according to the Association’s new specification manager.... 
 30 Nov 2020

Maximise ventilation system performance

The National Association of Air Duct Specialists UK (NAADUK) has issued further guidance on how to return to work safely by maximising the ventilation system.... 
 26 Nov 2020
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