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Heat pump manufacturers to refresh Benchmark checklist

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council, HHIC, has announced that heat pump manufacturers across the UK have joined together to refresh the Benchmark commissioning checklist

Wales secures highest uptake of small-scale renewable installations

The latest data from MCS shows that the number of small-scale renewable installations in homes and businesses in Wales in April saw the nation secure the highest uptake in the UK

Logic4training names ‘Lifetime of Training’ competition winner

A young entrepreneur from Kettering has been crowned the winner of a competition that will provide him with “all the skills and business support to become a success”

Nearly 70% of Brits forced to alter heating behaviours

New research from Worcester Bosch has found that nearly 70% of the UK population changed their behaviour and lifestyle in an attempt to tackle rising energy bills

HPM Awards to recognise excellence across the trade

Heating & Plumbing Monthly has announced plans to bring installers and industry together for the all-new HPM Awards

E.ON leads consortium to pilot ‘heat and energy as a service’

E.ON has partnered with Energy Systems Catapult and Heatio to develop two green finance products to promote greater uptake of energy efficiency and low carbon heating measures

New managing director for Baxi UK and Ireland

UK manufacturer Baxi Heating has announced the appointment of Karen Boswell as managing director of Baxi Heating UK and Ireland

Majority of builders are just as busy or busier than 2022,...

In a report by On The Tools, 81.71% of tradespeople surveyed are busier than last year or at a comparative rate to 2022

Research reveals 74% of tradespeople are upskilling

New research from Direct Line business insurance has found that 74% of tradespeople have upskilled themselves

Government ignores overwhelming opposition and ends renewable Feed-in Tariff pre-accreditation

Renewables and solar are about giving power to the people, this is going in the opposite direction, warns the Solar Trade Association.