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Rinnai announces the world’s first 100% hydrogen combustion for continuous flow hot water heaters

Rinnai has announced the world’s first 100% hydrogen combustion for continuous flow hot water heaters. Rinnai committed significant resources to this new appliance technology and created a supremely efficient-functioning continuous flow hot water system fuelled by 100% hydrogen. In November last year, the company announced the release of its “Rinnai Innovation Manifesto 2050”, describing its […]

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New Rinnai Carbon Cost Comparison Form launched

Rinnai has launched the Rinnai Carbon Cost Comparison Form, to help reduce the carbon footprints of all sites and applications. The form is available FREE of charge here: www.rinnai-uk.co.uk/contact-us/carbon-cost-comparison-form The Rinnai Carbon Cost Comparison Form offers a free appraisal of a site’s current hot water delivery system, along with recommendations for reducing the carbon load. […]

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Rinnai announces new “H3” Product Roadmap

Rinnai is expanding its product range in accordance with increased demand for decarbonising technology. Rinnai’s new “H3” range of products includes a wide selection of commercial heat pumps as well as hydrogen blends- ready and hybrid hot water heating systems. Additionally Rinnai will be developing and introducing electrical formats to all existing product ranges within […]

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Is the UK media biased against hydrogen?

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin looks at some of the reasons why the UK media is favouring some energy pathways over others in the current era of transition to net zero: Turbulent times produce added information that turns out to be not wholly true but more of a disguised agenda. We are all aware of the use […]

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Rinnai set to launch H3 range of low carbon heating and hot water systems

Rinnai is set to launch its ‘H3’ range of products consisting of Hydrogen blends-ready water heating systems in hybrid versions and a comprehensive selection of heat pumps specifically designed for commercial use. It is also expected that the company will be launching electric formats to existing product ranges within the next 12 months. The new […]

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