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Legal & General boosts investment in Kensa Group

The Kensa Group, UK manufacturer and installer of ground source heat pumps, today announced Legal & General Capital has made a further £8 million investment into the company, bringing LGC’s total investment to £15.7 million over two years

Grant UK scoops two major awards…

...confirming their continued product innovation and enhanced support for customers

HPA calls for stronger government ties with heating industry

The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has published a call for a strong partnership between Industry and government to transform Britain’s domestic heating market towards heat pumps as new fossil fuel boilers are phased out

City Plumbing Supplies supports Welsh installers

New renewables centre opens to offer expert advice.

Vaillant joins forces with Sustainable Building Solutions

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

£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.

Firebird appoints national renewables manager

He will be responsible for the company’s range of air source heat pumps, biomass boilers, solar thermal and underfloor heating systems.

New solar era begins

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

LG joins Heat Pump Association

Supplier rejoins trade association.

EUA report tracks cost of green energy switch

A new report published today by the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) has found customers are typically facing a five-fold cost increase to install a heat pump compared to a hydrogen-ready boiler