Carl Arntzen

Worcester Bosch to launch £3,000 Clean Heat Cashback Pledge in response to the Clean Heat Market Mechanism

Worcester Bosch plans to introduce a new Clean Heat Cashback Pledge to support consumers and installers with the transition to Bosch electrified heat pumps and hybrid systems. The Clean Heat Cashback Pledge will be introduced alongside the implementation of the Government’s proposed Clean Heat Market Mechanism (CHMM), which will impose fines on boiler manufacturers based […]

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Which? survey reveals best boiler brands

A Which? survey of over 10,000 homeowners and almost 200 expert engineers has revealed the boiler brands scoring strongly for reliability and customer satisfaction as well as receiving traders’ seal of approval. Worcester Bosch has once again come out on top in the consumer champion’s annual boiler comparison survey. The brand received a score of […]

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Who Needs University, When Apprenticeships are Better?

The Worshipful Company of Plumbers tackled the hot topic of universities vs apprenticeships at its annual lecture in May 2023. The keynote speakers taking part in the discussion – Carl Arntzen, CEO of Worcester Bosch, Kevin Wellman, CEO of the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering, and Neil Collishaw, CEO at BPEC – shared […]

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New Government energy plans include BUS extension, green hydrogen and new insulation scheme

The Government has announced new plans to scale up affordable, clean, homegrown power and build green industries in Britain. The aim is to boost the country’s energy security and independence, reduce household bills for the long term and achieve net zero. After decades of reliance on importing expensive, foreign fossil fuels, the Government wants to […]

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£5 million Heat Training Grant announced to train installers on low carbon heating

The government has announced that over £14m is being made available to accelerate the installation of heat pumps and heat networks across the country, with a new scheme launched to train thousands of installers. Over £9.7 million will go towards four projects based across the country, from Bristol to Cambridgeshire – helping cut costs of […]

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