Posts tagged with ‘heating’

  • Home Heating set for a Decade of Change

    By Elizabeth Jordan on February 7, 2020
    David Holmes, founder at Boiler Guide explains how the government’s net zero carbon target might be achieved. The UK government’s 2050 deadline for achieving net zero carbon emissions is creeping ever closer. For that target, which has been enshrined into law, to be achieved, home heating is one of the sectors that will need a major overhaul – beginning in this […]
  • Hotel owners urged to assess energy efficiency to handle greater heat demand ahead

    By Debbie Eales on November 15, 2017
    As forecasts predict an additional 19,000 hotel rooms will be built in the UK in 20181, Andrews Water Heaters is urging hotel owners to assess their heating systems now. By doing so, they can meet the expected rise in heat demand generated by additional guests in the most energy efficient way. Dan Martindale, left, Sales Director at Andrews Water Heaters, […]
  • The smart way to talk technical

    By Debbie Eales on August 14, 2017
    The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) has launched two new websites, which will not only help members keep up-to-date with the very latest technical developments in the industry, but also boost their business knowledge on legal, marketing and financial issues. Named Techtalk and Smarttalk, the websites feature webinars and other materials, which have been developed by the […]