Martyn Bridges

The UK’s first Hydrogen Homes – What installers need to know

Installer was invited by Worcester Bosch to see its 100% hydrogen prototype boiler in action, at the UK’s first Hydrogen Home. Here are the key things that installers need to know: The Hydrogen Homes were opened on 15 July, which showcase how houses with appliances fuelled entirely by hydrogen would work. The two semi-detached homes […]

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How can we upskill installers to meet the government’s heat pump target?

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communications and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, discusses how we can upskill installers to meet the government’s heat pump target. As part of the net zero strategy, the government has set a target to increase the installation of heat pumps to 600,000 a year. While this looks to be a […]

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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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Worcester Bosch concerned that majority of heating installation businesses won't benefit from Green Home Grant

The Government has announced the details of the £2 billion Green Homes Grant, going live at the end of September. The new scheme will see the government fund up to two-thirds of the cost of home improvements of over 600,000 homes. Tradespeople must register for TrustMark or Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accreditation to take part in the scheme, which […]

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Proposed changes to SAP 10 are "far too flattering" for electricity – says Worcester Bosch spokesperson

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, says that the proposed carbon intensity changes to electricity in SAP 10 are “far too flattering” and place consumers at risk of paying higher energy bills: Some of the proposed changes to the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) 10 by the Building Research Establishment […]

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