Heat pump industry sees Budget as “just the beginning”

The Heat Pump Association has welcomed the Chancellor’s Budget this week, which it said sets out solid plans to fund the replacement of fossil fuel heating and invest in low carbon heating.

No silver bullet in reducing heat emissions

During an event hosted by Energy Catapult Systems in Birmingham this week, the organisation’s strategy and performance director Guy Newey updated the industry on ways to help meet Net Zero.

Searching for an answer to the energy trilemma

There is now a consensus that climate change must be halted by a whole raft of changes to our behaviour and habits unless we wish to play chicken with irreversible global consequences, stresses Rinnai.

Manufacturer pleased with hydrogen support

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

HETAS welcomes fuel legislation announcement

HETAS has welcomed government action on the burning of ‘house coal’ and wet wood in domestic properties.

Trade associations launch liquid biofuel vision

Trade associations OFTEC, the Tank Storage Association (TSA) and the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) have kicked off 2020 with the launch of a joint ‘Supply Chain Strategy for Liquid Fuels'.

New HETAS guide published

The latest issue of the HETAS guide showing approved appliances, equipment and products for use with biomass, wood and solid mineral fuels is now in print.

Kensa makes two new appointments

The Kensa Group has announced the appointment of two leading authorities on large-scale ground source heat pump installations

EUA launches manifesto for energy

The Energy and Utilities Alliance, EUA, has called on the next government to “make the big decisions required for decarbonisation” and put consumers front and centre of policy in a new ‘manifesto’ ahead of this month’s General Election

Decarbonisation dominates agenda at Gas 2019

Decarbonisation and the future of hydrogen were key themes during this year’s Gas 2019 event, organised by the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA)