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BCIA Vice-President helps launch report on technology-agnostic approach to decarbonising buildings

Stacey Lucas – Vice-President of the Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) – was an industry panel guest at the recent parliamentary launch of a new report advocating for a technology-agnostic approach to the decarbonisation of heat and buildings. The report by the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA), titled “Policy Barriers and Solutions for a Technology-Agnostic Approach […]

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New report: Policy Barriers and Solutions for a Technology-Agnostic Approach to Heat and Buildings

The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) and its partners have released their latest report, detailing how government heat and buildings policy can shift towards delivering the most appropriate technologies for achieving the best outcomes. The SEA and Partners strongly support and welcome the Government’s drive for delivering energy efficiency, low-carbon heating, and smart technology retrofits across […]

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Vaillant announces expert panel that will pick the winner of the Heat Pump Challenge

Vaillant has unveiled a team of five experts from across the heating and property industry, that will help select the three winning entries of its Heat Pump Challenge. Vaillant’s Heat Pump Challenge aims to open the debate around heat pumps by working with installers to help highlight how and when the low carbon technology works […]

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SEA launches new report: A Technology-Agnostic Approach to Heat and Buildings Policy

The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) and its Partners have released a new report, which details the benefits of a technology-agnostic approach to decarbonising buildings; tailoring solutions that achieve the best outcomes. The SEA and Partners welcome the Government’s drive towards low-carbon heating systems in buildings as part of the Net-Zero agenda. The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement […]

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Industry puts pressure on Government to do more to prevent Fuel Poverty

A cross-industry letter has been sent to HM Treasury to put pressure on the Government to expand the support available for homes at risk of fuel poverty.   The call follows the lack of focus on energy efficiency within the Energy Security Strategy published in response to rising global energy prices and volatility in international […]

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