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One of Heatrae Sadia's original buildings in St Georges Street Norwich
 26 Apr 2021

Heatrae Sadia celebrates 100 years

Heatrae Sadia is celebrating 100 years of manufacturing in the heating industry, during which the brand has evolved from electric fires and hot plates to hot water cylinders.... 
Steve McConnell of ICOM
 17 Feb 2021

Is hydrogen the future of heating?

An intention to drive the use of hydrogen for heating in the Prime Minister’s latest 10-point carbon plan has pushed this fuel higher up the zero carbon agenda. Steve McConnell of ICOM considers the implications... 
BESA chief executive David Frise
 17 Feb 2021

This time they are serious

A raft of new regulatory measures and the appointment of a products regulator, alongside stricter rules on payment, demonstrates just how serious the government is about reforming the built environment sector, according to the Building Engineering ... 
 7 Jan 2021

Training to meet net zero goal

As the UK moves towards a net-zero future, more low-carbon heating technologies will need to be installed for this to be achieved. Tom Murray, specification director commercial and residential at Baxi Heating, explains what professional heating ... 
Petra Wolf from the NürnbergMesse management board
 22 Sep 2020

What's in store for Chillventa eSpecial

From 13 to 15 October 2020, the international refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pump sector will come together for the Chillventa eSpecial. Petra Wolf from the NürnbergMesse gives us a preview of the event.... 
Angie Brand (left) shows off her Apprentice of the Year Award with Angie Brand (left) shows off her Apprentice of the Year Award with Daikin Applied’s HR advisor Stacey Warnaby
 23 Jun 2020

Women engineers can ‘shape the world’

The theme for the seventh annual International Women in Engineering Day (INWED20) on June 23rd was ‘Shape the World’; reflecting the work engineers do to improve sustainability; tackle climate change and support social equality. 
Ventilation and filtration will be key as more people start to return to work. 
Image courtesy of Farmwood M&E
 17 Jun 2020

Changing at pace – the new normal

The industry’s response to the coronavirus crisis shows that it is perfectly capable of delivering the longer-term improvements to working practices demanded by Dame Judith Hackitt... 
 10 Jun 2020

Reducing the carbon footprint of the construction industry

With the UK being the first major economy to pass a net zero emissions law, it has become more important than ever for sectors to be aware of their carbon footprint.... 
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