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  • digital buildings

    Worcester Bosch warns industry to brace for disruptive heating technology

    News8 October, 2018

    Boiler giant Worcester Bosch warns that the heating and hot water industry must prepare for two decades of disruptive technology, driven by the growing ubiquity of sensor-connected appliances and a push towards lower carbon building functions.

  • foresight january

    Read our latest Foresight supplement

    News7 January, 2019

    H&V News has produced its second supplement looking at longer-term approaches to technology use within the HVAC industry.

  • hvn logo

    The H&V News Heatingcast #3: What exactly is a ‘smart’ device?

    News20 May, 2019

    In the first part of our latest HeatingCast, Henry Lawson, senior analyst and ‘smart’ technology expert with BSRIA, said technical advancements in building controls and HVAC appliances was just one of several interconnected challenges that industry must address to realise a truly smart home.

  • smart control generic

    Smart home research predicts continued growth surge towards 2030

    News10 December, 2019

    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.

  • solariskit

    Solar thermal hot water technology receives £250,000 UK grant

    News20 January, 2020

    An innovative flat-pack solar thermal collector intended to revolutionise hot water generation in developing countries has received £250,000 of funding from Innovate UK.