Author Archives: jsharpe

A hydrogen production facility is coming to the UK- is the the future of heating?

Three large energy companies have committed to developing a hydrogen production facility in the UK. Neil Schofield, Head of Government...

The Polypipe charity regatta is returning in 2019 for its 21st year

The Polypipe charity regatta is returning in 2019, celebrating its 21st year on on Thursday 5th September. The yacht race, hosted by...

Redring launches new range of instantaneous electric hand wash units

Redring has unveiled a new range of instantaneous electric hand wash units. The range consists of two models, a push-button...

Is the Government demonizing gas?

Neil Schofield – Head of Government and External Affairs for the Worcester Bosch Group – urges the Government not to...

3 things installers need to know about Ferroli electric water heaters and boilers

Andy Buttree, National Sales Manager at Ferroli, explains how the company’s wide range of electric water heaters and boilers offer...

BEIS Select Committee wants clarity on policy for small-scale renewables

Rachel Reeves, Chair of the BEIS Select Committee has written to Acting Energy Minister Chris Skidmore seeking desperately needed answers on...

Wilo launches the Stratos-MAXO – the world’s first “true” smart-pump

Gary Wheatley – Wilo UK’s Training and Technical Manager, says the new Wilo Stratos-MAXO will take pumps to the next...

Average price of fuel rises for the fourth month in a row

The average price of fuel rose for the fourth month in a row in May making petrol 11p a litre...

Callum Abberley named Screwfix Trade Apprentice 2019

18-year old Callum Abberley, a plumbing and heating apprentice at Burton and South Derbyshire College, has been named Screwfix Trade Apprentice...

Watch – The charitable efforts of the Heat for Good initiative and what it means to a local community

To mark Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June), Viessmann has released a new video celebrating the work the Heat for Good initiative recently carried out...