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.

NIBE clarifies exhaust air heat pump classification

New guide explains EU renewables ruling

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.

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

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

£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.

Vaillant joins forces with Sustainable Building Solutions

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

Renewable Energy Skills Forum unveils advisory groups

Greater opportunities for those with an interest in renewable heat skills.

Plumb Center returns to Royal Highland Show…

...to support renewables installers.

LG joins Heat Pump Association

Supplier rejoins trade association.

New solar era begins

April 1 officially marked the first day of the UK solar industry’s post-Feed-in-Tariff era