Hydrogen-ready hot water heating units from Rinnai – everything you need to know
Rinnai has announced that, after an extensive testing and verification process, its N Series product range is ready for the proposed initial supply of natural gas and hydrogen blends fed through the gas pipeline infrastructure. Rinnai also states that multiples of their existing ranges are retro compatible with future hydrogen blending, these include any N […]Read More
Watch: Discussing heat pumps’ role in achieving Net Zero
Heat Pumps play an integral role in achieving Net Zero. However, heat pumps will only fulfil their promise in the market if suppliers, specifiers, installers, and users fully appreciate their functions and capabilities. A major industry objective is to raise awareness of heat pumps by informing prospective specifiers of their long-term benefits, reassuring end users, […]Read More
Webinar: Planning for a Green Pivot – Electrotechnical opportunities in the brave new world.
Join the ECA, Excellence in Electrotechnical and Engineering Services, for this live webinar discussing electrotechnical opportunities in the brave new world. Luke Osborne, Energy & Emerging Technologies Solutions Advisor at the ECA will lead this session. Friday 14 May at 1pm There’s no charge – Click here to save your spot. The presentation will highlight […]Read More
Are energy islands a part of the answer in decarbonisation?
Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at the advent of energy islands which look set to be a major part of the drive to decarbonisation in both the international arena and the UK. Decarbonisation of the industrialised world’s fuel supply is acknowledged as being the overriding priority in tackling climate change. Industry and governments across the […]Read More
Government needs to engage with heating installers to achieve net zero
There is a pressing need for government and industry to engage with consumers and influential heating installers as the UK prepares to transition to low-carbon heating. The widely-held view is that it is becoming essential to explain the benefits and transition path to new forms of low-carbon heat, namely hydrogen boilers, heat pumps and heat […]Read More