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  • commercial kitchen ventilation

    BESA unveils major overhauls to kitchen ventilation guidance

    News30 January, 2018

    The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has revised its guidance on kitchen ventilation systems to account for major changes in legislation, cooking techniques and equipment design over the last 13 years.

  • electricheating

    Government urged to subsidise wide-scale electric heating overhaul

    News14 November, 2017

    The UK government has been criticised for failing to subsidise more efficient electric heating technology that could better tackle fuel poverty rates in the country, according to findings from manufacturer Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation.

  • hvn dec

    H&V News December digital issue out now

    News5 December, 2017

    This month’s issue looks at a new generation of smart or technologies that looks beyond existing functions such as remote monitoring of temperature or appliance performance to enact heating efficiency improvements with only limited user interaction.

  • smart control generic

    HHIC expands controls group with focus on smart technologies

    News17 July, 2018

    Heating controls will now be included in the scope of the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council’s (HHIC’s) Components and Controls Manufacturers Group that works to help shape government policy in a number of key areas.

  • power lines pylons electricity energy

    UK industrial energy review considers digital heating potential

    News30 October, 2017

    Industrial Digital Technologies (IDTs) such as sensor-based smart devices for heating and cooling are among the solutions being touted in a new review aiming to outline how UK business can better mitigate against short-term strains on the national grid.