An industry body bringing together a range of UK manufacturers and building service bodies has urged government to delay its scheduled exit from the EU by at least six months after parliament rejected its proposed withdrawal agreement.
The government’s new Clean Air Strategy - the long-awaited cross-sector response to rising international concern about the health issues from poor air quality - has been launched to a mixed reception not least from the HVAC sector, for whom it has potentially wide ranging consequences.
Baxi group says it will close its historic Preston foundry following its development of compact boilers with stainless steel heat exchangers and will move its production of Heatrae Sadia and Megaflo water heaters and cylinders from Norwich to the Preston site.
A no deal Brexit remains the worst-case scenario for the HVAC industry as parliament braces for a vote next week over whether to back an exit agreement reached between the government and the EU, a number of manufacturers and industry bodies have said.
The UK Green Building Council has unveiled the 22 participants that will partake in the latest Future Leaders programme, which is now in its sixth year.
The MD of British heat pump manufacturer Kensa has summarily dismissed the charges from the oil industry body OFTEC that the technoology is a less appropriate solution for offgrid households than oil.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority has proposed that all new building developments in the city region are ‘net zero carbon’ by 2028 as part of a revised development strategy.
H&V News has produced its second supplement looking at longer-term approaches to technology use within the HVAC industry.
Stop 'rewarding the wealthy' with heat pump incentives and allow rural poor to keep using oil says OFTEC
The chief executive of oil heating body OFTEC has launched a stinging attack on the government’s current inaction over fuel poverty and called for rural homeowners to be allowed to keep using oil as the cheapest heating option, even though it produces higher carbon emissions than other options.
The EURIS Taskforce, representing UK manufacturers worth £148 billion in turnover, has written to the Prime Minister for the second time to reinforce that no-deal should not be an option