chris goggin

How will we decarbonise the grid?

Chris Goggin of Rinnai reviews a recent report that details three separate routes to the decarbonisation of the UK national energy grid. The report highlights a present government plan and an opposition strategy – does either methodology ensure beneficial results which delivers NetZero? The recently released report “Decarbonising the Grid Three Scenarios for Achieving Net […]

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How “drop in” renewable liquid fuels could transform off-grid heating and DHW

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin looks ahead to the advent of renewable liquid fuels in the mass markets: As fossil fuel consumption is gradually diminishing from global energy options, the UK will have to locate and utilise alternative energies, some of which will be entirely unfamiliar to British customers. One of these future and somewhat unfamiliar fuel […]

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Key countries are jostling for position in future energy hierarchy

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin evaluates the work being completed that is enabling key players in the western and eastern hemispheres to position themselves in the new world energy hierarchy. Saudi Arabia, China and the USA are pursuing separate strategies that will allow for domestic decarbonisation and export dominance in their respective regions. Global power players in […]

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Rinnai hosting focus groups to get industry insight into Net Zero views and concerns

Rinnai has initiated a series of focus groups with the intended purpose of finding the heating and hot water delivery industry’s real concerns in implementing a clear practical, technical, and economic pathway to Net Zero decarbonisation. Rinnai will be hosting a series of focus groups to discuss the legislative, technical, and practical difficulties current decarbonising […]

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Rinnai range of commercial continuous flow water heaters certified as ready for hydrogen blends by British Standards Institution

Rinnai’s Hydrogen blends ready 20% continuous flow condensing water heating units have been certified by the British Standards Institution (BSI) for use as hydrogen blends ready. The range was subjected to rigorous testing and analysis by the British Standards Institution and the category I2HY20 will be added to product demarcations indicating that the water heaters […]

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