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60% of homeowners stop short of getting smart meter

Most British homeowners support the idea of smart meters but without committing to having one installed

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)

Part L consultation welcomed by Vaillant

Mark Wilkins, head of training and external affairs for Vaillant Group UK, has welcomed a new consultation but asked if it could go further

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

Kensa makes two new appointments

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

Securing a net zero pathway for oil heating sector

OFTEC has this year commissioned a six-month research project investigating the potential of liquid biofuels. OFTEC CEO Paul Rose reports back on the findings The...

Tube heating scheme reportedly on track for this year

A new scheme has been documented using heat from London Underground tunnels to keep homes in Islington warm

Full support needed for emissions cuts

Boiler giant Baxi has backed a new ‘Future Gas Report’ but called for government investment to follow

Eco-Foils spark interest at UK Construction Week

Hilton Banks has announced that the response to its HB42 Ultimate All-in-One Sealant and Adhesive in Eco-Foils was “overwhelmingly positive” at a trade show earlier this month

New logistics partner for NIBE installers

NIBE has appointed a new logistics partner to support its future growth in heat pumps