Battersea power station on track to restart next year

Battersea power station is on track to start generating power again in 2020. The station will also generate heat and cooling. After a major earth...

AHU and energy recovery company Weger Air Solutions realises UK ambitions

A new company Weger Air Solutions has been formed and acquired the assets of Thermal Technology (Sales) with the aim of expanding sales with...

How to make the boiler room deliver more for your budget

  Once you’ve implemented all of the obvious energy-saving measures in the boiler room, what comes next? Tony Willis of Sabien Technology suggests the next...

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...

Biomass boilers deliver heat, and RHI payments, to Stroud School – and connect to...

Stroud School in Hampshire has installed Hoval biomass boilers to provide space heating and domestic hot water for the main school building and two...

Saving tonnes: The environmental benefits of switching to LPG

In last month’s LPG spotlight, Flogas looked at the significant cost-saving benefits of LPG. This week, the firm focusses on LPG’s environmental benefits. Traditionally, oil...

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...

How businesses can reduce hot water bills

Heatrae Sadia outlines the benefits of its smart thermostatic technology in this sponsored post. One of the most important aspects of any hot water system...

Top-flight energy savings

Vickers Energy has signed a deal with the RAF Museum in Shropshire that will cut the energy consumption and the cost of heating its...

Firms using up to 10% of UK power to cool buildings – even when...

A new report by BRE suggests that as much as 10% of UK power generation is being used to cool non-domestic buildings - even at the evening and...

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...

Big fans: TrustFord installs Airius Destratification Fan Systems in car showrooms

In this sponsored post, Airius explains how its technology can replace costly air conditioning units. TrustFord, the world's largest, dedicated Ford dealer group, is installing...

Enfield Council’s new heat network connects first customers

Enfield Council is now supplying heat to new homes in Arnos Grove, the first of its heat networks. The council's energy company, Energetik, plans to...

How to decarbonise heat at lowest cost: Free report

Waste heat is a huge wasted opportunity and the UK government must push Brussels harder to ensure it can be harnessed and supported. That was...

Businesses must find practical paths to decarbonisation

There’s growing pressure for businesses to decarbonise - but for many organisations, it’s vital to find ways to achieve this that are both pragmatic...

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...

CHP system saves Newcastle United to the toon of 390 tonnes of carbon

Newcastle United keeper facilities manager Eddie Rutherford has pulled off a huge save: The football club’s use of a combined heat and power (CHP)...

Baxi Heating commits to net zero operations by 2030

Baxi Heating UK and Ireland, part of BDR Thermea Group, commits to net zero operations by 2030 and to manufacturing products that only use...