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Securing a net zero pathway for oil heating sector

OFTEC has this year commissioned a six-month research project investigating the potential of liquid biofuels. OFTEC CEO Paul Rose reports back on the findings The...

Part L consultation welcomed by Vaillant

Mark Wilkins, head of training and external affairs for Vaillant Group UK, has welcomed a new consultation but asked if it could go further

New logistics partner for NIBE installers

NIBE has appointed a new logistics partner to support its future growth in heat pumps

Tube heating scheme reportedly on track for this year

A new scheme has been documented using heat from London Underground tunnels to keep homes in Islington warm

HPA flags up net-zero shortfall report

The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has welcomed a new report from the Science and Technology Committee warning the UK is in danger of missing its net-zero emissions targets

Bristol home for new low carbon development

Bristol’s commitment to achieving its carbon neutral pledge by 2030 are being helped along by a sustainable housing development now under construction

Heat pumps and net zero – the facts

NIBE managing director Phil Hurley tackles the decarbonisation debate head on by presenting the case for heat pumps and highlighting the importance of installers in engaging with homeowners about low-carbon heating alternatives

ECO3 will ‘cost installers and consumers dearly’

HHIC warns that the proposals in the Government consultation for the Energy Company Obligation (ECO3) threaten the livelihoods of thousands of heating and plumbing businesses.

FPS voices concern over Irish carbon tax

Liquid Fuels Trade Association is concerned Carbon Tax will affect the most vulnerable in Irish society and those living in rural communities

HETAS offers tips for Clean Air Day

Solid fuel safety organisation HETAS has said this week’s Clean Air Day (20 June) was a chance to share information about how the industry “can help make the air cleaner and healthier for everyone”