Tag : Sustainable Energy Association
A second reading of a bill to ensure that every home in the country by 2035 is within the top three ratings categorised by Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) has been heard in the House of Lords.
A carbon intensity regulation intended to improve heating system efficiency by setting targets on carbon emissions per kWh should be introduced by government to better realise its net zero aims, the Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has said.
The construction sector must ensure strong political pressure is in place to realise sustainable buildins commitments made in this year’s General Election, several trade bodies have argued.
Urgent implementation of the government’s ‘future homes standard’ and setting a date for ending the use of fossil fuel heating systems in social housing are identified as vital steps to meeting the government’s net-zero carbon targets, a new report has concluded.
BSRIA has broadly welcomed a raft of changes being introduced to the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) programme that are intended improve the attractiveness of technologies such as biomass, heat pump and solar-powered devices.