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.

CIPHE encourages installers to have their say

The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) Renewables and Low Carbon Technical Working Group has urged installers and industry leaders to cast their views on a new qualification

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

REHAU commits to 100% renewable electricity

The move illustrates the company’s commitment to an energy efficient, sustainable future.

Renewables boiler sales demands sparks recruitment drive

Organic Energy search for engineers and managers.

Blazing a trail for biomass apprentices

The Biomass Installation Engineer programme will focus initially on the skills required to install a biomass boiler as demand for these low-carbon systems is rising rapidly.

Heat pump focus for two-part podcast

Energy, sustainability and environmental focused BetaTalk has released a two-part podcast focused on renewable energy and ground source heat pumps.

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

Purple Energy wins Small Business of the Year Award

Renewables company collects prize at 2015 Sentinel Business Awards.

Vaillant joins forces with Sustainable Building Solutions

Partnership designed to ensure a presence in the growing renewables market.