low carbon

Danfoss encouraging decision makers to act at COP26.

In an extensive campaign directed towards the COP26-participants in Glasgow, Danfoss highlights that energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to achieve economic growth, decarbonize economies and meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. In a campaign aimed at the participants of COP26 in Glasgow, UK, Danfoss, a leading provider of solutions enabling the […]

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Fernox raises awareness of CO2 emissions for World Environment Day

Fernox supported this year’s World Environment Day by raising awareness of how CO2 emissions generated from heating, which accounts for 31% of all emissions, can be reduced by correct central heating system treatment and maintenance. As well as sharing examples of its commitment to sustainability across social media, Fernox launched a local litter collection initiative. […]

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Heat pump FAQ with Vital Energi’s Elliott Sharpe

Air, ground, and water source heat pumps are one of the most effective technologies for reducing carbon, and with a potential 500% efficiency, they are a great solution for projects of all sizes. With almost 15 years’ experience in the industry, Elliott Sharpe, Vital Energi’s Design Director in London, leads the design and CAD departments […]

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Low carbon training courses – What installers need to know

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, discusses the rise in face-to-face training courses as the country eases restrictions: As new low carbon technologies come to prominence, training courses are increasingly being introduced to provide installers with the support they need to be able to move forward with government plans. […]

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Gas boilers banned by 2025? I’d be buying up every boiler I could, says heating engineer Andy Gibbs

This week there was a lot of noise regarding a recommendation  banning the sale of Gas fired boilers worldwide by 2025. To quote my mate Charlie Mullins: “I’m all for saving the planet but energy experts must remove their heads from their arses and be realistic on boiler bans” It’s halfway through 2021, so they […]

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