low carbon heating

Government expected to announce new target to reduce carbon emissions by 78% by 2035

The Government is expected to announce a new target to reduce carbon emissions by 78% by 2035. For the heating, plumbing and renewables industry, the key areas of focus will be low-carbon heating including hydrogen and heat pumps, investment in distric heating, and the take up of electric vehicles. Mark Wilkins, Director of Technologies and […]

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The rise of the home energy management system

Development of renewable energy and increased electricity demand means that there is a growing need for technology to help manage and consume it in the most efficient way possible. Here, Jamie Bennett, Engineering Director at Drayton, discusses how the industry is shifting towards the concept of ‘Home Energy Management’ and why installers need to be […]

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Consumers ‘strongly advised’ to check new heating technologies are a viable option for their property

Consumer advice experts at The Heating Hub have warned consumers not to get ‘hooked’ on the latest technologies in the drive to reduce carbon emissions, saying they should focus on selecting the most appropriate system for their household requirements. The government recently announced ambitious plans to install 600,000 heat pumps per year by 2028 and […]

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Take your business to the next level with low-carbon heating technologies

As we move closer to the UK’s 2050 deadline for net-zero carbon emissions, change will be present in all areas of society. Here, in the final instalment of this three-part series, Iain Bevan, Commercial Manager – Heating & Renewables at Daikin UK, explores what this means for you as a heating installer and how Daikin’s […]

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Installers invited to take part in 2 consultations about Low Carbon Heating Systems

A Coalition of Heating Industry bodies with particular interests in Low Carbon Heating Systems published two consultations on qualification criteria for low carbon heating system training courses. The first consultation is for the criteria that should apply to training courses for all forms of Low Temperature Heating Systems – widely regarded as necessary, both to […]

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