Author archive for BSEE

  • Under starters orders with Rehau

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Contractors who are looking to get ahead in the ground source heat pump sector can register now for two exciting and free events which will provide them with expert help and advice. Organised by REHAU and dubbed the ‘Ground Nationals’, the events are being held at Newbury Racecourse on 29 April and Doncaster racecourse on 1 May.   Contractors who […]
  • Commercial boiler raises temperature

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Alpha Heating Innovation has commissioned its new ARES Tec 900kW at a community college in South Gloucestershire, near Bristol. The company’s latest commercial boiler is enabling the college to optimise its energy efficiency while improving the comfort levels of the college’s buildings.   Patchway Community College in Almondsbury, Bristol, which has over 750 students, has chosen the largest ARES Tec […]
  • WRAS Certification granted for the Smedegaard

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Smedegaard Pumps Limited is continuously working to improve their product ranges. The results of this are clear to see with the recent launch of our new technologically advanced and highly efficient Magneta range of circulating pumps. Now the latest success at Smedegaard is the award of WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) certification 1312078 to our tried and tested EXEFLEXX range […]
  • Heating industry shake up

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    BEAMA Association Director Colin Timmins discusses the issues concerning regulations and energy labelling with regards to heating.   The installation of wet heating systems is due for a bit of a shake up next year when the long awaited EU Ecodesign and energy labelling regulations for space heaters and water heaters come into force. Or at least that’s the intention. […]
  • Level the playing field for domestic VO to join SAP

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    By Jeremy Dodge, Head of Marketing & Technical Services for Marshall-Tufflex Installing voltage optimisation systems in all UK homes would deliver annual energy savings of more than 10,000GWh, equivalent to 4.6MtCO2, putting many millions of pounds back into the pockets of hard-pressed householders.   Even if just 10% of the population adopted this approach the power, carbon and cash savings […]
  • Boiler refurbishment is good business sense

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Darren Finley, National Sales Director for Ideal Commercial Boilers, explains why now is the perfect time for businesses to invest in energy saving building refurbishment, and how manufacturers of high efficiency appliances can use their knowledge of the industry to inform companies about the many financial benefits of installing modern condensing boilers.   Over recent months, there has been a […]
  • Virtual CHP Power Plants could be an answer to increasing network demand

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Virtual Power Plants could decarbonise electricity supplies, while reducing demand on the electricity network by harnessing power from small clusters of combined heat and power (CHP) systems. This could avoid the expense of building additional electrical generating capacity.   That’s the conclusion of research undertaken by ENER-G in partnership with Advanced Digital Institute; Flexitricity; Smarter Grid Solutions and UK Power Networks. […]
  • New edition of Design Framework for Building Services (BG 6)

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    The much awaited 4th edition of BSRIA’s Design Framework for Building Services (BG 6) is now available. BG 6 has become the industry standard document for building services consultants and contractors to help them clarify and define the extent of their design activity and their design deliverables on any specific project. It is also used by clients and project managers […]
  • Mitie endorses CBI’s call for greater transparency

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Mitie has welcomed the CBI’s proposal to introduce new measures to boost transparency and trust in public sector contracts that are managed by private and third sector organisations.   The CBI has called for the industry to work harder to boost public confidence in order to be able to do its job and generate trust in the public services sector. […]
  • New BRE Academy delivers training excellence

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    A newly launched BRE Academy is set to deliver world-class training and education programmes to provide all those involved in the built environment with the skills and learning they need for working and delivering globally   Developed by BRE in collaboration with industry experts worldwide and in partnership with the sector’s best knowledge providers, the Academy provides a complete spectrum […]