general election

What will the new government mean for the Net Zero? – Opinion

In his latest Installer column, Tim Pollard looks at how the new Labour government could affect the heating, plumbing and renewables industry: What will the new government mean for the Net Zero (Not Zero?) policy and how will this affect the industry? The whole climate issue has been beaten backwards and forwards like a tennis ball […]

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Key green policy takeaways from party manifestos

With the general election just around the corner, Drayton has reviewed all party manifestos to round up the highlights when it comes to green policies. Here, Drayton puts the spotlight on three key areas from across the party manifestos and explores their importance: 1. The re-introduction of minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) in the private […]

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3 key changes the heating industry needs from the next government

With a new Parliament, Jeff House, Director of External Affairs and Policy at Baxi, discusses the drive to decarbonise homes and businesses, the role of heat pumps, and what needs to change from a policy and legislation perspective to accelerate the energy transition: At the time of writing the election campaign is in full swing and […]

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General Election: Brave new world or more of the same?

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin reviews the NetZero policy statements espoused by both of the main political parties this side of the General Election and considers the viability of these plans and gives a summary of the key issues regarding investment, infrastructure and cost evaluated against the trajectory of the international energy market and realistic domestic requirements: […]

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What does the General Election mean for green policies?

The snap general election is now only six weeks away, during which time we’ll learn more about each party’s manifesto. But what can we expect to see when it comes to green policies? Jeremy Palmer, General Manager at Drayton, shares his predictions, as well as the three key commitments he’d like to see made. In […]

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