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Grohe launches accessories offer

A new scheme by Grohe will entitle all eligible purchases of its Sensia Arena shower toilet to receive a free four-piece bathroom accessory set.

SNIPEF continues push for changes to pensions legislation

Scotland’s leading trade body for plumbing and heating professionals has met MPs as part of its continuing campaign to amend pensions legislation having “devastating consequences” for hundreds of UK businesses.

Millions at risk of fuel poverty, says Boiler Plan boss

Ian Henderson, the managing director and founder of Boiler Plan, has written to the climate change minister warning millions could be plunged into fuel poverty if the government embarks on a proposed strategy to ban all domestic gas boilers.

CIPHE membership to help with charity journey

County Enterprises has joined the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) as an Industrial Associate (IA) member.

Worcester Bosch presents hydrogen-ready boiler

MPs have been shown Worcester Bosch’s new ‘clean gas development lab’ and saw at first hand the company’s first hydrogen-ready boiler

More Kensa heat pumps added to ENA database

Kensa Heat Pumps have succeeded in securing its full suite of 3kW to 13kW thermal output single phase ground source heat pumps on the Energy Networks Association (ENA) Connect & Notify database.

Worcester Bosch reveals hydrogen boiler

Worcester Bosch has officially revealed its new hydrogen-fired boiler.

APHC & Travis Perkins plan regional workshops

The Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC) has teamed-up with Travis Perkins to schedule a series of free workshops across England and Wales.

Gas Safe campaign highlights CO poisoning symptoms

New research reveals over 80% of UK adults could be at risk of mistaking carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms for a different illness such as a cold, flu or hangover.

Manufacturer pleased with hydrogen support

Government investment into new hydrogen gas projects has been welcomed by Worcester Bosch.