Heating Hub

The Government’s plan to increase heat pump installations is “doomed to failure” without a substantial increase in training for installers, according to consumer advice specialists at The Heating Hub 

Vaillant Mark Wilkinson

The Government’s 10-point plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, is a positive step in the right direction 

Saint-Gobain

Young lives transformed by award-winning Barnardo’s YouthBuild Academy supported by Saint-Gobain

Joseph Stiles

Samsung, an industry leader in climate solutions, has further expanded its sales team, appointing two new Sales Managers with a combined experience of almost 25 years 

Rehau Steve Richmond

Comment from Steve Richmond, Head of Marketing and Technical for Rehau Building Solutions 

Baxi Heating commits to net zero operations by 2030 and to manufacturing products that only use low carbon fuels by 2025

MCS

Ian Rippin, CEO of MCS – the national standards organisation for renewables – responds to the government’s 10-point plan for a “Green Industrial Revolution”, which aims to make the UK carbon neutral by 2050 

Veolia

Following the PM's 10 point plan Gavin Graveson, Executive Vice President, Veolia UK and Ireland says;

Wind Turbine

Luke Osborne, ECA Energy & Emerging Technologies Solutions Advisor says “Although Covid-19 has dominated global and national headlines in 2020, the ongoing prospect of climate change is also being taken seriously by policy makers”  

Kensa Heat Pumps

The BBC reports from the pioneering smart-city already leading the green revolution with ground source heat pumps

10 Point Plan

Worcester Bosch CEO invited to join the Prime Minister as he launches the Government’s plan for Green Investment and Growth

We need tangible action!

18 November, 2020

ACE and EIC respond to Government's 10 point plan for Net Zero 

Hydrogen Village

The Prime Ministers strong backing for hydrogen and other measures to decarbonise heating represents a major step forward for UK climate obligations, and is the commitment industry have been waiting for says leading energy trade association the Energy and Utilities Alliance, EUA.

Nabil Cook joined Arctic Circle in a role of “Principal Engineer – Research and Development 

Based at the Birmingham headquarters but also serving its London office, Ian will manage the financing of J S Wright’s UK-wide M&E projects, ensuring these are all protected from commercial risk and achieve their full objectives.

TÜV SÜD UK has become one of the first MEP consultancies in the UK to be awarded the ISO 19650 accreditation for its Building Information Modelling (BIM) service

Lochnivar

Lochinvar have added two new product ranges to its portfolio of heat pumps suitable for a wide range of non-domestic applications 

Adveco

Commercial hot water and heating specialist Adveco, announces the AD range 

RDM

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. 

Triton sold

Triton Construction has announced that the business is now owned by its employees after the board of directors transferred ownership to an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) 

Aermec

One of Europe’s leading fan coil manufacturer, addresses hygiene concerns by sanitising indoor air using ultraviolet (UV) light, helping to make workplaces as safe as possible.

Brendan Barber

The Joint Industry Board (JIB) is delighted to confirm that Sir Brendan Barber, former General Secretary of the United Kingdom's Trades Union Congress (TUC), has agreed to chair the Major Contractors’ Committee (MCC) and will join the JIB National Board as a Public Interest Member.

Vanti

Digital transformation of property and construction industries “extremely slow” – but there may be a solution, says Beckhoff

Electrical Contractors Association

Regular electrical safety checks by competent businesses should be mandated at least every five years across the social housing sector, according to leading engineering services body ECA 

DeltaQ

New CEO and capital increase to reduce commercial buildings’ CO2-emissions up to 40%

AEMT Awards

Acknowledging the ongoing challenges brought about by COVID-19, and the possible effect this might have on the awards entry process, coupled with the Governments recent extension to the restrictions, the AEMT Council have decided to postpone its Gala Awards Dinner to November next year.

ECS Card

The Network Infrastructure industry has developed a new Occupational Qualification Structure leading to Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) Card recognition, which aligns with the future of the industry and addresses the need to bring together the wide-ranging skills which exist in the current workforce.

Nortek Empress

With the creation of Empress, Nortek aims to improve the customer experience of HVAC. Find out how. 

Richard Alger

It is with great sadness and regret that Fermod Ltd have to advise of the passing of their Managing Director, Richard Alger, after two years of poor health, having worked for Fermod for the last 47 years.

A leading building technologies manufacturer has announced the launch of a new, safe way to stay connected with customers, consultants and Partners.

National engineering specialist SES Engineering Services has announced it is to commence work on its latest state-of-the-art custody suite project with lead contractor, Willmott Dixon.

The Fire, Emergency and Security Systems (FESS) industry has introduced a new Occupational Qualification Structure leading to Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) Card recognition.

Octave Design Services have been recognised by SME News as Leading Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Consultancy 2020-Cheshire. 

The North East’s largest housing association, Thirteen is transforming its facilities management (FM) services with new mobile workforce management technology supplied by Leeds-based BigChange. 

Schneider Electric and Sustainable Ventures have named the finalists of their Net Zero Home Programme. 

WSCAD announces the launch of the new SUITE X PLUS

Adam Norton

Condair, has appointed Adam Norton as a humidifier service engineer based out of Edinburgh.

The CSA Awards have been postponed to June 2021 - and the entry deadline has been extended, so make sure you get your nominations in. 

Will Brook

Dean Thornton and Will Brooks have taken up area sales manager roles at Lochinvar

New investment to drive expansion plans for Trainor

Changing Streams

Changing Streams aims to unlock funding to reduce plastic waste

Robinsons

The Yorkshire Building Services specialist has joined an exclusive list of firms accredited to undertake work at NHS hospitals across the North of England.

Carlow based Cental projects doubling of workforce to 140 

James Harper

On your bike - for a good cause!

The Joint Industry Board (JIB) is urging electrical contracting companies to evolve and broaden their skill sets. 

Neil Harris

The KNX UK Association has named Neil Grant of the Harris Grant Partnership as KNX UK Champion for 2020. The Award is in particular recognition of his work in developing the KNX Code of Conduct as well as many years’ service as a KNX UK Board Member and his promotion of the value of KNX through the excellence of his projects around the world.

Energy Assets

Energy Assets Group begins a phased return to operations across the country

Kajima

77 Coleman Street benefits from underfloor air conditioning system 

Rankine

July 2020 marks the bicentenary of the birth of William Rankine. 




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Government’s heat pumps plan “doomed to failure”

The Government’s plan to increase heat pump installations is “doomed to failure” without a substantial increase in training for installers, according to consumer advice specialists at The Heating Hub 

Extension welcomed, but a long-term policy is still needed

The Government’s 10-point plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, is a positive step in the right direction 

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