Heating

Hydrogen vs Heat pumps – An Installer’s View

Heating Engineer and Installer Columnist Andy Gibbs gives his view on the media attention surrounding the future of heat: It’s the biggest discussion on everyone’s lips at the moment and we recently had a heated debate about this topic at InstallerSHOW, so I thought I’d expand on some of my views. So, Hydrogen or Heat […]

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Does anything really change in the heating industry?

Rob Berridge – Heating Design Consultant – looks at how much has changed when it comes to efficiency in the heating industry, and asks how we can do more?: No one surely lives in a world now, where the poetry of such, ‘preposterous oiks’ such as Black Sabbath or The Pistols of Sex, is so offensive […]

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VDI2035 and Electrochemistry – Installers give their views

The use of electrochemistry to control water quality without the need for chemical inhibitors and biocides is fast growing. This, and the principles of VDI2035, have become increasingly popular with some environmentally aware installers and consumers. We talk with some of InstallerSHOW exhibitor Elysator’s customers who have adopted a non-additive approach to water treatment. Speakers: […]

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Energy Price Crisis – Industry reaction

The headlines are full of news about rising gas prices and energy company bailouts, as wholesale gas prices have increased by an astronomical 250% since January. With warnings of huge energy bills for those coming to the end of their fixed deals, and a 13% rise for households on pre-payment meters, many are understandably worried […]

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Over half of Brits are open to owning a hydrogen boiler – Says new research

New research from Worcester Bosch has found that over half of Brits are open to owning a hydrogen boiler. However, despite 90% knowing they are more sustainable than existing natural gas units, most would rather someone else try one first. Sustainability is a huge topic, and we are all aware of the need to be […]

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