Government planning £5,000 grants per household to move to low-carbon heating systems

The government has launched its Heat and Buildings Strategy, which plans to drive down the cost of clean heat. The document looks to ensure that low carbon, more efficient, heating systems such as heat pumps will be no more expensive – and in many cases may end up cheaper – to buy and run than […]

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Rinnai opens new office and exhibition at London’s Building Centre

Rinnai is opening a new office and permanent exhibition in the renowned Building Centre in the heart of London. The Rinnai London Building Centre office will be permanently staffed for sales, technical and operations and service to all building services consultants, engineers, architects, contractors and end-users. “The new premises in London’s Building Centre are in […]

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Rinnai commissions comparative report of the efficiency of different fuels

Rinnai is set to commission a comprehensive comparative review and report on gas and electric appliances utilising a variety of energy vectors in both residential and commercial UK scenarios. The commission is being carried out by one of the biggest multi-national consultancies in the building & construction sector and the final report will be headed […]

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Opinion: Good news that hydrogen is on the Government’s energy menu

Rinnai has welcomed the Government’s announcement of a national strategy with hydrogen being a replacement of fossil fuels as a major source of energy. Managing Director Tony Gittings gives his view:  By 2030 the UK government wants to produce 5GW of low carbon hydrogen capable of powering around 3 million homes as well as fuelling […]

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Government route to Net Zero still unclear – Says Rinnai

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin believes that conflicting statements and polarising interest groups are making the future look very unclear. In this article, he looks at the current state of play. Logistical and organizational details of Net Zero ambitions to be achieved by 2050 are beginning to be outlined in several reports and papers produced by academia […]

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