Hybrid

Grant UK launches EvoLink Hybrid System Hub

Grant UK has launched the EvoLink Hybrid System Hub. This wall-mounted, compact unit cleverly allows an Aerona³ heat pump to be combined with an existing fossil fuel heat source, providing hard-to-heat homes with the opportunity to reduce their carbon emissions when a standalone heat pump may not be possible. The EvoLink Hybrid System Hub is […]

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The role of hybrids in the UK transition to Net Zero – Opinion

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Services at Worcester Bosch discusses the UK government’s current position on hybrids and how the technology could play a fundamental role in the UK’s transition to net zero. Questions Still to be Answered on Net Zero The subject of net zero is one that continues to occupy the minds of […]

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Intergas launches Xtend hybrid which can “cut gas use by over 80%”

Intergas has launched Xtend, the new hybrid heating system that aims to revolutionise how we heat our homes. Developed by the Intergas R&D team in the Netherlands and manufactured at Intergas’s factory in Coevorden, Xtend is a serious energy saver and will cut gas consumption by up to 82.5% when paired with any Intergas (ErP) […]

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Wolseley offering Alpha’s hybrid heating range to UK installers

Wolseley has announced its partnership with heat pump manufacturer Immergas to bring its Alpha hybrid heating range to the UK. The hybrid heat pump/boiler market offers heating installers and householders broader options in the UK’s net zero energy transition. This is part of Wolseley’s ongoing innovation programme that will support the reduction of carbon from […]

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Is hydrogen the future of home heating?

Dan Wilden, renewable product manager at Alpha, explains why we don’t need to wait for hydrogen and why now is the time to install a hybrid system to cut emissions and help to reduce bills: The UK Government has set a target for achieving national net zero carbon emissions by 2050, and with home heating […]

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