Ziehl-Abegg celebrated the tenth year of its own production in Shanghai.
Plans announced by housing minister Grant Shapps on achieving targets for carbon-neutral homes by giving councils and developers more flexibility have been welcomed by the House Builders Association (HBA).
Zero-carbon homes are too expensive for consumers and are uneconomic to design, according to some of the UK’s biggest housebuilders, who have urged the government to rethink building regulations on green homes.
The government has reaffirmed its commitment to building zero-carbon homes from 2016 as part of yesterday’s Budget, but green commentators said there was little else to boost green building.
The industry has expressed disappointment with the 6 per cent energy-efficiency requirements included in Part L of the updated Building Regulations.
The Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) has responded to H&V News’ announcement on Monday 13 July regarding the Government’s decision to scrap | the ...
The Zero Carbon Hub visited 33 dwellings across 6 construction sites in 2015 to see how effectively their mechanical ventilation systems were designed, installed, commissioned and handed over to occupants. This report presents the findings from the site visits anonymously
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China’s largest building firm has agreed a £1.1bn deal with a UK energy firm to build thousands of zero-carbon affordable homes across the UK.
The Government’s plans for zero carbon homes have finally been unveiled and they could provide a boost for retro fitting existing properties.
Neil Yule, former UK business unit director for Fläkt Woods has been promoted to a Europe-wide role focusing on system sales. Fläkt Woods has replaced him with two MDs in the UK.