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BSRIA research has found that the value of the UK’s smart homes solutions market, which includes installation, servicing and maintenance work, has grown by more than three times the value recorded five years ago. The association cited demand for HVAC and control products as one of the key drivers behind anticipated growth in the market.
A cross section of major companies and organisations working across the heating and mechanical engineering sector have demanded a range of policy changes to help them meet aims to fully eliminate their carbon emissions by 205
A whole host of technologies such as wearable devices not normally associated with managing the performance of our homes in areas such as heating could become a vital part of how we interact with buildings.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) must soon decide whether to revise its plans for all UK homes to have smart meters installed by 2020, the National Audit Office (NAO) has said.
There remains just under a month to submit entries for the 2018 H&V News Awards, with innovative examples of work from across the HVAC and building services supply chain being sought by judges.
Energy regulator Ofgem has outlined new approaches for smart energy initiatives that could drive innovation among heating and ventilation suppliers for cheaper, more efficient system maintenance, argues industry body BSRIA.