2020 December

ECS Card

The Network Infrastructure industry’s new Occupational Qualification Structure leading to Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) Card recognition comes into play on 1 January 2021

Rinnai at TFL

Transport for London (TfL) has installed the total Rinnai water heating system solution of continuous flow water heaters, BMS controls, remote monitoring facilities, Nexus electrolytic scale inhibitors, flexible flueing systems and more ancillaries, all underscored by continuing energy and carbon analysis of comparative product systems.

Andrea Belloni

Güntner is pleased to appoint Andrea Belloni as "Head of Sales Europe“ with the beginning of the new financial year. Within his responsibility, the company pools the strengths and competences of the entire sales organisation in Europe to pursue its successful development consistently and forge ahead with the ambitious plans for the future.

Jose Mourinio

INEOS Hygienics, the global healthcare brand, has become the Official Hygiene Supplier to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

JS Wright

Mechanical and electrical building services specialist J S Wright has clinched a new globally recognised management award.

Intelligent heating networks can revolutionise heating efficiency and reduce energy usage, says Neil Parry of Altecnic

Baxi Heat Networks

The Future of Heat

16 December, 2020

The way we heat UK buildings will need to change significantly if we are to achieve our 2050 net zero goal. What could the future look like for the UK’s commercial buildings? Tom Murray of Baxi looks at the options. 


With heat pumps predicted to play a central role in decarbonising heat in new homes as set out in the Government’s Future Home Standard, how can these systems be designed now and, in the years to come, to make the most of their environmental and energy-saving credentials? Steve Keaton of Vaillant looks at the factors designers and installers need to understand. 


Programmable logic controller (PLC) software TDB provides the user with the capability to create custom control algorithms for any BMS application. 

Lochinvar has extended its range of thermal stores in response to growing demand for hybrid low carbon heating and hot water solutions. 


Connectivity in smart buildings has huge business value. Mike Hook explains. 

Mark McLoughlin

Building controls have the potential to reduce energy use, support carbon reductions and reduce running costs, says Mark McLoughlin


Rinnai continuous flow hot water heating units, with precision temperature control for either thermal disinfection or safe use on those users more vulnerable to scalding, can now deliver almost 1,000 litres per hour per unit


The combination of HCL and lighting control technology is creating ever more productive environments. Steve Marr explains.

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Peak performance from Quickfridge

Calling it a Quickfridge might be stretching it, but charity fundraiser Daniel Fairbrother made the most of support from Beijer Ref in the gruelling 100km Peak District Ultra Challenge.

LIA launches its new Website, Online Learning Portal and Member Engagement Platform

The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has announced the successful launch of its newly refreshed website, which went live on 2nd July 2024. This launch marks a significant milestone in the LIA's ongoing commitment to enhancing member experience and providing key resources for continuing professional development.