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Hinkley Point C is a “risky and expensive” project – says National Audit Office

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s deal for Hinkley Point C has locked consumers into a “risky and...

How much? Cost is the most common question tradespeople are asked by customers

More than half of tradespeople (56%) have revealed that the most common question they are asked by customers is based...

New APHC President calls for an increase in prosecutions for defective gas work

In his inaugural speech as the President of the Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors, Mark Antrobus, outlined his key...

4 things installers need to know about EC motors

Growing demand for energy imposes a necessity to reduce costs of its consumption. Motors applied in different kinds of devices,...

Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation launches new Zeroth Energy System

Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation (GDHV) has launched the new Zeroth Energy System, which offers an innovative new approach to heating and...

New study shows father/son businesses are having a revival

A new study from AXA has found that young men are increasingly choosing to follow in the dad’s footsteps when...

Vokèra launches the Verve i50 – a new high-power condensing system boiler

Vokèra has launched a new high power condensing system boiler, the Verve i50. With an output of 50kW, this heat...

The benefits of combining complementary heating solutions

An efficient heating system should be tailored to suit every application. Andrew Lowery – Project Manager at Myson UK –...

Unlocking 4 secrets about the iconic Drayton TRV4

Drayton, part of Schneider Electric, has been designing and manufacturing the iconic TRV4 for 25 years. Originally created in 1992,...

Could we use hydrogen gas for domestic heating in the not-so-distant future?

Neil Schofield from Worcester encourages the Government to progress the hydrogen gas for heating idea, and not wrap it in too...