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Inquiry urging Government to address fuel poverty to be launched in Parliament

Inquiry launched to urge government to address fuel policy

After months of research, Carbon Connect is preparing to launch the latest in its Future Heat series of inquiries, Policy for Heat: Transforming the system, on 14 October in Parliament.

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Mark Group blames government cutbacks for closure

The Mark Group went into administration yesterday (7 September), blaming its failure on the government’s proposals for reducing support of solar PV.

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Government policy biggest threat to clean energy, says academic

The biggest threat to renewable energy in the UK, and the country’s energy systems, comes from a lack of clarity on the part of the government, a leading academic has told The Guardian.

Chancellor's brownfield plans a boost to small builders

Chancellor's brownfield plans a boost to small builders

Government moves to simplify brownfield development as a key plank of their plans to get Britain building will be a boost for small builders, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).

Conservative Party Conference: Gas will continue to play a role in UK heating

Gas 'will continue to play a role' in heating, energy minister declares

Energy minister Charles Hendry expressed his concern over the lack of gas storage in the UK at the a fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference hosted by HHIC and the Policy Exchange that debated the role of gas in a low-carbon energy future.

Company sentenced after employee received electric shock

Company sentenced after employee receives electric shock

Berneslai Homes, based in Gateway Plaza in Barnsley, has been fined following an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) into safety standards during maintenance work of council-owned domestic properties.

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Subsidy cuts could affect thousands of jobs

Up to 10,000 jobs could go in Northern Ireland as a result of the decision to end subsidies for renewable energy.

HE Simm: winner of the 2015 Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award

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    Powrmatic’s Vision 2.3 assists fast-track refurb for Silverstone Grand Prix

    A major refurbishment of Whittlebury Hall Conference, Training Centre and Hotel, close to the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire, has so far included installation of 55 customised Powrmatic Vision 2.3 condenserless heat pump air conditioners.

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