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New route for MCS certification launched

MCS has launched a new qualification-based route for installers to become certified to install renewable energy technologies

#HPMGREENERLIVING Q&A: Kevin Carling, MD of Secon

As part of the Greener Living campaign to champion sustainable heating and plumbing solutions, HPM interviewed Secon MD Kevin Carling

#HPMGREENERLIVING Q&A: Phil Hurley, MD at NIBE Energy Systems

As part of our Greener Living campaign to champion sustainable heating and plumbing solutions, HPM interviewed NIBE MD Phil Hurley

NIBE Pro scheme to launch next week

Installers have been invited to the launch event of NIBE Pro next week, a new installer partnership scheme by the company

Chancellor urged not to scrap Green Home Grants

Nineteen organisations representing or working within the energy efficiency and low carbon heating sector have highlighted the importance of the continued and successful delivery of the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme to government ministers

GTEC & MCS win bid to support Green Homes Grant installers

Building services training provider GTE, in partnership with the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), has won an almost £1m bid to help existing tradespeople access discounted training in heat pumps and solar thermal

Industry comment: Clear green roadmap is needed

The low carbon route is the only one that leads to net zero but where are the policies to guide the way? NIBE managing director Phil Hurley explores more in his latest blog posting

Geocel kicks off pitchside advertising for ecoSEAL

Sealants and adhesives brand Geocel will be promoting its recently launched ecoSEAL and THE WORKS PRO products on pitchside advertising throughout this Premier League and EFL season

HPA disappointed with Green Homes Grant funding plan

The Heat Pump Association said it is disappointed that 95% of the funding provided for the Green Homes Grant scheme looks unlikely to be rolled over into the next financial year

Phil Hurley takes over as Heat Pump Association chairman

Phil Hurley is the new chairman of the Heat Pump Association (HPA), replacing Graham Wright who has finished his two-year term and now steps down from the role