Renewables

Oil “not the solution to fuel poverty” says Kensa

Kensa Heat Pumps challenges how to tackle rural fuel poverty in light of shocking winter death figures

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.

LG welcomes Bublshop as new distributor…

...to focus on the sale and promotion of the LG Therma V air to water heat pump range

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”

£100m Budget fund can prime homes for heat pumps

Worcester Bosch’s communications chief has described the 2020 Budget’s £100m low carbon heating grant as a useful way to “prime” the market for heat pumps.

Flogas Renewables announce information days

Two scheduled for solar PV systems distributor.

UK AC contractors believe the R22 ban is affecting their business...

Daikin UK, are encouraging building owners and managers to consider their replacement options

Green Homes Grant scheme requires TrustMark registration

Home energy saving improvements carried out under the new government’s Green Homes Grant scheme must be completed by a TrustMark Registered Business, it has been announced

HPA backs consultation on low carbon heat

The Heat Pump Industry has welcomed a government consultation on Future Support for Low Carbon Heat, published yesterday.

Heating manufacturers welcome 2020 Budget

Both Baxi and Vaillant reacted to this week’s Budget 2020 by welcoming incentives for lower carbon heating.