Government funding to boost energy efficiency in buildings

The UK government has announced the allocation of nearly £2bn in funding meaning more than 115,000 homes across England are to get upgrades to improve their energy efficiency and save residents money on their bills

GSHP in Cornwall connected to in-road network

The first resident in the Cornish village of Stithians has had their ground source heat pump connected to an ambient heat network that will draw energy from under the street

Lack of government publicity causing BUS failure, research finds

A major lack of publicity has contributed to the government’s failed Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS), according to new data discovered by The Eco Experts

OFTEC responds to IPCC report

Malcolm Farrow, head of public affairs at OFTEC has responded to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report

Over 70% of installers not yet heat pump trained

Over 70% of installers want to install heat pumps but aren’t trained to do so

Carron Bathrooms announces Primaflow F&P as new distributor

Carron Bathrooms have announced the appointment of Primaflow F&P as its new distributor.

Boiler ban risks pushing rural residents into fuel poverty, research shows

According to a statement, almost three-quarters of off-gas grid rural homeowners risk being pushed into fuel poverty by government’s proposed 2026 boiler ban

Industry has the solution to better water and energy efficiency, says...

A presentation from UWLA at ISH, suggested that the industry has the solution to better water and energy efficiency in the home with the Unified Water Label

Logic4training adds new business modules

Logic4training has added new ‘business ready' modules to some of its training programmes

Baxi launches new decarbonised heat guide

Baxi has launched a new guide titled ‘Decarbonisation and Affordability of Heat – a phased approach’