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Tag : heat decarbonisation

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  • heatnetworks

    Heat network provider welcomes UK market overhaul proposals

    News17 February, 2020

    Heat network provider Switch2 Energy has welcomed government commitments to introduce fresh consumer protections and further funding for district heating projects.

  • westminster big ben clock

    Election 2019: parties outline battleground for low carbon homes and heat

    Features28 November, 2019

    All key parties standing in the upcoming General Election have outlined major decarbonisation proposals, with Labour, the Liberal Democrats and – perhaps unsurprisingly – the Green Party, setting out several key pledges for greener heat and homes.

  • carbon concerns

    Heating industry survey warns of decarbonisation awareness challenge

    News4 November, 2019

    A survey of 827 heating professionals has found that a significant majority of respondents are not ‘very confident’ in commissioning and informing end users about low carbon heating options.

  • gas boiler ban

    Updated Carbon Budget proposals set for 2020 release

    News21 October, 2019

    Recommendations for the UK’s sixth Carbon Budget that will detail the predicted future costs and requirements of national decarbonisation efforts intended to transform homes, heating demand, transport and energy networks will be published in September 2020.

  • hvnoct

    H&V News October digital issue is online now

    News2 October, 2019

    October’s digital edition of the H&V News magazine considers the government’s response to ongoing industry calls for clarity on how politicians and the industry can realise ambitions of eliminating carbon emissions from buildings by 2050.