Posts tagged with ‘Russell Beattie’

  • Lively new Forum opens the debate about current and future building services technology

    By Debbie Eales on February 13, 2018
      The first Building Services Forum delved into wide ranging topics from energy management and utilities legislation to low carbon plant rooms, control systems and internet based connections, data analytics and the role of data in managing buildings, the challenges of BIM, wellbeing of occupants and protecting against cyber attacks. Debbie Eales reports.   Delegates at the inaugural Building Services […]
  • New Building Services Forum to tackle cyber security, energy management, intelligent buildings and more

    By Debbie Eales on January 12, 2018
    Book your ticket now at www.buildingservicesforum.london An exciting new event for the building services industry, will be tackling a raft of sector-specific topics in nine CPD-accredited seminars, with break-out sessions, networking opportunities and the chance to talk directly to come of the biggest manufacturers in the business. Hosted by FETA Chief Executive, Russell Beattie, and supported by trade bodies including […]
  • FETA welcomes first reading of retentions bill

    By Debbie Eales on January 10, 2018
    The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has welcomed the first reading of a new retentions bill in parliament on 9th January 2018. The ‘Aldous Bill’ has been introduced under the ‘Ten Minute Rule’ by Conservative MP for Waveney Peter Aldous, and has received cross-party support from 12 sponsoring MPs, including Sir Henry Bellingham (Conservative), Barry Sheerman (Labour), Caroline Lucas […]
  • New FETA working group and guide offers vital insight into the use of A2L refrigerants

    By Debbie Eales on May 15, 2017
    The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has established an A2L refrigerants working group and has released a guidance note entitled ‘An introduction to A2L refrigerants and their use in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pump applications’. Introduced in 2015, the F-Gas regulation requires the introduction of refrigerants with significantly lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) and will ban new equipment […]