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HHIC celebrates 10 years of the compulsory condensing boiler

The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the heating evolution – the compulsory condensing boiler – with a Parliamentary reception.

Taking place on 5 November at the House of Lords, the reception - sponsored by Lord Whitty - will play host to more than 100 guests who have all played a role in the development of the heating industry.

Energy and climate change secretary Amber Rudd MP will be the guest speaker.

HHIC director Roger Webb said “Those of us who were in the industry back in 2005 will remember the shockwave that followed this change - a change that transformed the heating industry into what we are today. This event celebrates and recognises our achievements, but also looks forward to the challenges the next 10 years may bring.”

The event is supported by Baxi, the Energy Saving Trust, Johnson & Starley, Kane International and Worcester Bosch.

HHIC is a supporter of the H&V News Awards.