Grant Shapps

ADEY influences new government campaign

Siobhan Baillie, MP for the Stroud constituency where ADEY HQ is based, raised ‘sludge’  as an issue with The Rt Hon Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (ESNZ), prior to his department recommending whole system maintenance, including water treatment, as part of their next government energy saving […]

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Grant Shapps MP visits Panasonic HQ Heat Pump Training Centre

Panasonic Heating & Cooling Solutions received a visit from Rt Hon Grant Shapps, MP for Welwyn Hatfield and Secretary of State for the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero, to its Welwyn headquarters to see first-hand the new fully equipped training centre for heating and cooling systems. This visit follows Mr Shapps’ recent trip […]

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Heat pump production policy slammed by EUA

A proposed Government heat pump production quota announced by Energy Secretary Grant Shapps could “threaten the UK with job losses and price hikes on boilers”. The Market-based mechanism for low carbon heat proposes that British heating manufacturers’ heat pump sales should represent 4% of gas boiler sales. For every boiler sold over this quota, a […]

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Siobhan Baillie MP talks ADEY and sludge in Parliament

Stroud MP Siobhan Baillie has given a shout-out in Parliament to ADEY and the technology that helps make central heating systems more efficient. Speaking in the Household Energy Efficiency Measures debate, Siobhan asked the government to consider advising households about technology like that developed by ADEY Innovation Ltd to help with high energy bills. “I […]

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New Government energy plans include BUS extension, green hydrogen and new insulation scheme

The Government has announced new plans to scale up affordable, clean, homegrown power and build green industries in Britain. The aim is to boost the country’s energy security and independence, reduce household bills for the long term and achieve net zero. After decades of reliance on importing expensive, foreign fossil fuels, the Government wants to […]

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