The Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) will develop new hydrogen standards to help shape and inform a wider £25m research programme into the potential of the gas as an alternative means of generating heat.
Wholesaler launches exclusive hand tools throughout branch network
Tools and jaws promise high pressing force and failsafe alarms, together with service replacement schemes
The Health and Safety Executive is targeting the management of risk to lungs from dust for the first time in its latest site campaign
The government has today launched a call for evidence concerning how best to end late payments to small businesses.
Govt decision to ban combustible cladding on high-rises 'doesn't go far enough' say fire specialists
Criticism at limited scope and continued allowance of ‘limited combustibility’ materials
Ten per cent rise sees sales of 1.1 million heat pumps in 2017
BESA president Tim Hopkinson calls for embracing of offsite construction and digital procurement
The Labour Party is considering backing a new energy policy that would aim for just under half of UK buildings to be heated with renewable power within the next twelve years.
The Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC) will next month commence a series of workshops across the UK to consider the implications of introducing a compulsory licence to operate a plumbing business.