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Honeywell calls for return of boiler scrappage scheme

Honeywell has voiced its support of the push by the Heating & Hot Water Industry Council (HHIC) and The Association of Control Manufacturers (TACMA) to revive the Boiler Scrappage scheme in England and also include a mandate for heating controls to be fitted in homes. 
 29 Nov 2011

Apprentice given Special Achievement Award

Amber Stewart was awarded the Special Achievement Award at Willmott Dixon's annual Apprentice Awards, following recognition from both her college and work colleagues. 
 28 Nov 2011

System Hygienics appoints new managing director

System Hygienics has appointed Steve Liddiard as the new managing director. 
 28 Nov 2011

Honeywell steps up to fight counterfeit refrigerant in the Middle East

Honeywell has expanded its campaign against counterfeit refrigerants being fraudulently sold under the Honeywell Genetron brand name in Middle East. 
 24 Nov 2011

£14bn Green Deal consultation revealed

The Government has revealed details of the £14 billion Green Deal scheme and is calling for feedback from industry and the public on the measures. 
 24 Nov 2011

SummitSkills misses out on Employer Investment Fund

SummitSkills has not secured funding from the Employer Investment Fund (EIF) but says that it will continue to its work of improving safety and safeguarding building services engineering. 
 24 Nov 2011

Hebridean housing awarded top RHPP payment

The Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) has been awarded £175,000 to install more efficient heating systems for its tenants. 
 23 Nov 2011

LG launches new training academy

LG has announced the opening of its new training facility in Slough along with the launch of a range of new technical service, spares and support packages and a new product warranty extension. 
 23 Nov 2011

Solar lobby targets Westminster ahead of FiT debate

Nearly 300 people employed in the solar industry have lobbied Westminster calling for a re-think of the planned cuts to the Feed in Tariff (FiT), ahead of the commons debate today. 
 23 Nov 2011

NEMEX celebrates 30 years

The National Energy Management Exhibition (NEMEX) has announced details of the forthcoming energy management event next year. 
 23 Nov 2011

Rentokil Initial acquires MSS

Business services company Rentokil Initial is acquiring the building services division of Managed Support Services (MSS) for £6.5 million. 
 22 Nov 2011

ebm-papst releases new iphone app

ebm-papst has launched a free iphone app that calculates the energy efficiency benefits of using ec technology over ac. 
 22 Nov 2011

MHI launches new European sales team

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is assembling a new European team with extensive experience in commercial hvac specification to bring its range of energy saving chillers and heat pumps to the UK and European markets. 
 22 Nov 2011

Construction project starts grow

Construction project starts increased 6 per cent year on year for the three months to October due to a 79 per cent growth in infrastructure and utilities project starts, according to the latest Glenigan Index. 
 22 Nov 2011

EAL welcomes Government's £250m training boost

The Government's £250 million plan to boost vocational training programmes has been welcomed by awarding organisation for the engineering, manufacturing, building services and related sectors EAL. 
 22 Nov 2011

Broseley appoints new sales representative

Broseley Fires has appointed John Kerrison as a new regional sales representative. 
 21 Nov 2011

Biasi appoints new sales director

Biasi UK has appointed Graham Ostle as its new sales director. 
 21 Nov 2011

PM launches Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

The Prime Minster has launched the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, which is a new global award to celebrate outstanding advances in engineering that have created a significant benefit to humanity. 
 21 Nov 2011

Armstrong launches new hvac website

Armstrong Integrated has launched a website dedicated to UK hvac market. 
 17 Nov 2011

Apprenticeship red tape slashed

Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills Vince Cable has announced plans to boost accessibility for apprenticeship schemes and to incentivise firms taking on apprentices. 
 17 Nov 2011
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