BEAMA

New Building Regulation Requirements – Part L and F – have come into force

With the new requirements coming into force in England from 15th June, BEAMA has published a collection of guidance documents to help installers and contractors design and install gas and oil fired wet central heating installations, electric heating, and ventilation systems, in accordance with the new Building Regulations (Part L and F). The guides include: […]

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Will legislation fast-track the transition to decarbonisation?

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO at myenergi, discusses legislation set to come into force in June that will legally require all new-build homes and office buildings to feature electric vehicle (EV) charging points. Coming as part of wider plans to accelerate the national transition to net-zero, Brompton believes that this move could prove transformational. Around […]

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Installers required to install thermostatic room controls when replacing a boiler – New regs from 15 June

New regulations for existing homes mean that, from June 15 2022, heating installers will be required to install thermostatic room controls when replacing a boiler. To support this change, industry experts from the BEAMA Heating Controls group have produced a short animation to explain the change to consumers, and to highlight the benefits of this […]

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BEAMA publishes updated guidance to support release of BS 7671:2018+A2:2022

BEAMA are releasing new and updated guidance documents to support the release of BS 7671:2018+A2:2022. BS 7671, often referred to as the IET Wiring Regulations, is the national standard providing authoritative requirements to help ensure electrical installations are safe, enabling conformity with applicable UK legislation. Amendment 2 to the 18th Edition, published on 28th March […]

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New research into energy-saving potential of heating controls

Amid soaring energy prices and the pledges made at COP26 to accelerate action against climate change, Gareth Ash, Marketing Manager at Danfoss, considers compelling new research into the energy-saving potential of modern heating controls. A recent study by BEAMA, the UK trade association for energy infrastructure technologies, in conjunction with the OpenTherm Association and a […]

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