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RIBA-led consortium calls for radical change to existing building assessment

The Heat Pump Federation wholeheartedly agrees with the sentiments expressed by the RIBA-led consortium in its letter to Jeremy Pocklington, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. Ever more robust regulation, coupled with policies that deliver accessibility and affordability for decarbonising technologies, is essential and the critical nature of the global […]

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Biofuels could be an option for future home heating

Biofuels have been included in a paper on Energy Strategy as a realistic and affordable option for the 500,000 homes in NI using liquid fuelled heating systems. The Energy Strategy consultation issued by the Department of Energy, under Economy Minister Dianne Dodds, was released to the public outlining ideas to achieve net zero carbon and […]

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How tradespeople can avoid being stung for tax they can’t afford due to Covid-19

If you’re a self-employed tradesperson there are things you can do now, before January’s tax return deadline, to avoid being stung for tax you can’t afford. Anish Mehta, UK Managing Partner at APARI, explains: As a result of Covid-19, many self-employed people will be worried about how they’re going to pay their tax bill. You […]

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Telford Copper & Stainless Cylinders launches new low loss header

Hot water storage specialists, Telford Copper & Stainless Cylinders Ltd have added a low loss header to their extensive product range. Often overlooked as an integral component of a heating system, the Telford Low Loss Header has been specifically designed to hydraulically separate individual heating circuits with different temperature and flow rate requirements. This enables […]

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Schneider Electric reopens electrical safety training centre in Telford

Schneider Electric has reopened its dedicated electrical safety training centre in Telford.  Due to the growing complexity of power systems in operation today, electrical outages are a greater risk than ever. If mismanaged or not effectively maintained, they can lead to a loss in revenue, or in a worst-case scenario, serious injury. Therefore, training staff […]

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