Supporting critical environmental control for the National Gallery

High efficiency boilers from Hoval are helping the National Gallery in London reduce its energy consumption and carbon footprint, while maintaining a stable internal...

Getting heat billing right

Fairly and accurately charging for heat has always been a problem to solve cheaply and easily when addressing the retrofit of existing properties. Ista’s...

Use the right metrics and energy efficiency projects will get board’s attention

  Turning an energy-saving idea into reality nearly always relies on getting the required investment, either internally or externally. Understanding the options and supporting proposals...

New MD for Baxi

Karen Boswell will be the new managing director of Baxi Heating UK and Ireland. She replaces David Pinder, who retires from the firm after...

Refrigerant R22: our big dilemma

Mike Nankivell, marketing director for the Daikin distributor, Space Air, comments on a dilemma facing suppliers of air conditioning and parts now it is...

Keeping leading UK brewery operations cool

ICS Cool Energy has helped a leading multinational brewery in Burton-on-Trent to fulfil its cold storage and process cooling needs. The brewery was looking for a...

Healthy heating: How to cut your boiler’s wasteline by 7%

With sustained pressure to drive down operating costs and reduce carbon emissions, the healthcare sector continues to explore new ways to improve its energy...

Muntons to decarbonise 100 GWh of heat demand each year

AMP Clean Energy is to install, own and operate a £16.5 million low carbon energy centre for leading malt product manufacturer and distributor, Muntons –...

Airius ‘solving the biggest waste of energy in buildings’

In this sponsored post, Airius Europe says its thermal destratification technology is the answer to the biggest waste of energy in buildings: heating...

COVID-19 has caused a 14% increase in home daytime heating

A new study from tado° has found that UK homes had their daytime heating on 14% more this winter in comparison to the previous...

Renewable heat subsidies ‘wasting money’ by ruling out waste heat

As the government mulls changes to renewable heat subsidies and Brussels plots a renewed push on heating efficiency, public and private sector organisations have...

Government proposes amendments to heat metering and billing

The government proposes amendments to heat metering and billing, its response sets out the new requirements for heat suppliers, and the changes made to the...

FM hit music: How to expand premises and stay cool without replacing HVAC plant

The Royal Northern College of Music recently expanded its concert hall as part of a refurbishment. The extra capacity demanded more heating and cooling....

Decc consults on how £320m heat networks money should be spent

The department of energy and climate change (Decc) has launched a consultation to gauge how the £320m put aside for heat network development should...

Viridor and Vattenfall collaborate to harness low carbon heat for UK cities

Vattenfall will work with recycling and energy recovery company, Viridor, to capture heat from Viridor’s energy recovery facilities (ERFs) across the UK. Heating in...

Sainsbury’s puts Williams F1 tech into its fridges

Sainsbury’s has put F1 aerofoils co-designed by Williams on its fridges and the retailer says the result is tuned-up energy efficiency. Aerofoil Energy is the...