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Have your say with the H&V News Commissioning for the Future survey

Readers of H&V News are invited to take part in our industry-wide survey on the future of commissioning, consisting of 11 multiple-choice questions.

Crowdfunding provides investment opportunities for solar projects

Crowdfunding provides investment opportunities for solar projects

UK crowdfunding platform Abundance Generation is offering investment opportunities in solar projects at schools, reNews has reported.

New technology set to improve the thermal efficiency of windows

New technology set to improve the thermal efficiency of windows

After two and a half years of scientific research and technological development in polymer compounding and multi-layer extrusion techniques, a solution has been found to make windows more energy efficient.

New Advanced Life Cycle Costing training

New Advanced Life Cycle Costing training

Advanced Life Cycle Costing, launching on 2 July, is aimed at clients, facility managers, designers and contractors who need to calculate life cycle costs to help make better decisions regarding new-build projects, refurbishment projects and building maintenance.

Suspended prison sentence for unregistered gas work

Suspended prison sentence for unregistered gas work

A Staffordshire fitter has been handed a suspended prison sentence for illegal gas work that potentially endangered lives.

Association chairman calls for supply chain to work together

Association chairman calls for supply chain to work together

Construction Products Association chairman John Sinfield has called on the industry to address persistent and serious challenges facing the entire supply chain through the creation of a new, cross-party manufacturing strategy.

MP urges landlords to keep houses energy efficient

MP urges landlords to keep houses energy efficient

No More Cold Homes, a campaign aiming to combat fuel poverty in Britain, offered people the chance to question key politicians at the open meeting.

Climate change expert calls for more renewable technology

Climate change expert calls for more renewable technology

Installers of renewable technology could benefit from the recent IPCC report which is calling for a shift away from cheaper fossil fuels to help cut CO2 emissions, the BBC has reported.

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H&V News Awards anniversary night looms closer

28 March 2014

The 20th anniversary of the H&V News Awards will take place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 24 April this year.

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    H&V News - 9 April

    H&V News - 9 April

    9 April 2014

    Only available in our digital edition, H&V News covers a new report which has predicted that significant savings will result from the roll-out of smart meters and in-home displays; Phase 2 of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme came into effect on 1 April; and the UK Fuel Poverty Monitor report’s claims that the government is not doing enough to tackle fuel poverty.

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    16 April 2014

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    Apprenticeships require a vigorously applied vision

    I read with interest and concern in equal measure some of the recent comments regarding apprenticeships.

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