Gas Boilers

Alpha launches ProTec NX gas boilers

Alpha has launched the ProTec NX to its portfolio of gas boilers, offering a high-efficiency, fan-assisted condensing boiler for commercial applications, as well as larger domestic projects. With the maximum efficiency available for condensing boilers, the ProTec NX improves running costs and has ultra-low emissions to meet the latest building regulation and authority requirements. Available […]

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Opinion: Gas is on the way out

Ken Bone is a long-time advocate for the development of heat pump technology and an expert in renewable energy. With our 2022 theme as Installing the Future. Now! we asked how InstallerSHOW delivered: Were there any new products you saw at this year’s InstallerSHOW that you feel will help pave the way for a low […]

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Baxi Heating’s research reveals ongoing affordability gap between heat pumps and traditional boilers

New research for Baxi Heating shows an ongoing affordability gap between low-carbon heat pumps and traditional gas boilers. The UK government is targeting the installation of 600,000 heat pumps-a-year which would lead to a sizeable reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Yet the paper, commissioned by Baxi a provider of heating solutions, quantifies the ongoing higher running […]

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Gas boilers produce twice as much CO2 as the UK’s gas fired power stations combined – but installers will continue to install them until they’re told otherwise

Gas boilers produce twice as much CO2 as the UK’s gas fired power stations combined – but installers will continue to install them until they’re told otherwise. Phil Hurley – Managing Director at NIBE Energy Systems UK – explains why: Living in a warm and healthy home is something that many of us take for granted. […]

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Banning gas boilers in new homes? BMF responds

Brett Amphlett, Policy & Public Affairs Manager for the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF), looks at the potential ban on gas boilers in new homes: If Whitehall wants to ban fossil fuel heating in new homes, heat pumps may be the obvious option, but ministers must not become obsessed with heat pumps to the exclusion of […]

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