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Why industry should brace for disruptive heating technology

5 February, 2019 By Andrew Gaved

Boiler giant Worcester Bosch thinks that we are in for two decades of disruptive technology. Andrew Gaved reports

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Industry warnings over eye-opening scope of ventilation standards failures

19 November, 2018 By Neil Merrett

A range of associations and bodies that have spoken to H&V News in recent months have cited how a lack of clarity in building regulations and limited enforcement of these rules, particularly for existing or refurbished properties, poses health risks from creating poorly ventilated dwellings and office spaces.

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LG Electric: Social housing, new builds key to UK heat pump expansion aims

18 October, 2018 By Neil Merrett

LG Electric has said social housing and private new build residential properties are proving to be increasingly important drivers to lift UK uptake of heat pumps from the limited level of adoption seen so far in the country.

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Public awareness and regulatory change among key Gas Safety Week 2018 aims

13 September, 2018 By Neil Merrett

The 8th annual Gas Safety Week, which this year takes place between September 17 – 23, was launched at a special reception in parliament on September 13 with stakeholders committing to step up efforts around improving public awareness and pushing for legislative change.

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Industry warns meaningful change still lacking from government’s Carillion response

10 August, 2018 By Neil Merrett

The SEC Group has accused the government of failing to introduce meaningful changes to construction payment practices in response to multiple concerns identified around procurement and contracting following the collapse of Carillion.