green heat

Polypipe donates product to help stately home plan prepare for a green heating system

Polypipe Building Products  has stepped in to help a Grade I listed stately home prepare for a green energy heating system. The Doncaster-based manufacturer has donated more than 160 metres of structured wall pipe and fittings to Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham. The donation means Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust can divert modern sewerage pipes away from […]

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MPs call for Green Heat Roadmap by 2020 and say "radical changes" are needed

MPs, backed by key members of the heating and plumbing industry, are calling on the Government to “step on the gas” and prioritise policies that promote low carbon heating technologies.  A new report backed by MPs and launched by Minister for Climate Change Lord Duncan calls for an urgent Green Heat Roadmap by 2020 to scale […]

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Energy efficiency specialist Robin Thom scoops Energy Efficiency Consultant of the year awards

Energy efficiency specialist, Robin Thom has been named Energy Efficiency Consultant of the year in the 2017 West Midlands Regional Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards. The title recognises the exceptional efforts and results Robin has made and achieved in delivering best practice in energy efficiency solutions within his local community, together with excellent customer […]

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Green Heat welcomes appointment of Greg Clark as Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Energy efficiency champion, Peter Thom, has welcomed the Prime Minister’s move to bring together business and energy efficiency policy with the appointment of Greg Clark to the Cabinet in the newly created role of Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). “I believe bringing together business and energy efficiency in this appointment […]

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Poor energy efficiency ratings could lose house-sellers thousands

Would-be New Year house-sellers are being urged to make sure their property is energy efficient before it goes on the market, or risk losing thousands. Figures from a recent survey conducted by SellingUp.com suggest energy efficiency ratings could be a deal-breaker, with over half (59%) of potential purchasers saying they would drop their offer if […]

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