Daikin supports Global Cooling Pledge

Daikin supports Global Cooling Pledge

Daikin has announced its support for the Global Cooling Pledge launched at COP28 – an international initiative aimed at addressing the challenges associated with cooling systems and their impact on the environment and society.

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UWLA Partners with Installer Show 2024

UWLA Partners with Installer Show 2024

The Unified Water Label Association is once again partnering with Installershow, which takes place at the NEC on 25-27 June.

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Major boost for hydrogen

Major boost for hydrogen

Eleven new production projects are helping to place the UK at the forefront of the hydrogen industry and bring progress towards net zero ambitions.

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Government increases energy efficiency support

Government increases energy efficiency support

More funding has been promised for a range of measures to lower the cost of heating buildings

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Call for nominations

Call for nominations

Make your nominations for President and Vice President of the CIPHE by 31 January

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UK homeowners need clarity on future options for heating their homes

UK homeowners need clarity on future options for heating their homes

Property owners and tenants in the UK are largely in the dark about future options for heating their homes.

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College opens green energy facility

College opens green energy facility

Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT) has opened its new Green Energy Centre to boost green skills training for construction students.

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Baxi rewards installer loyalty

Baxi rewards installer loyalty

Baxi has launched its highest ever cashback scheme to show its appreciation for the hard work and loyalty of installers across the UK.

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A fifth of tradespeople injured breaking rules

A fifth of tradespeople injured breaking rules

New research from Direct Line business insurance reveals almost one in five (19%) tradespeople have been injured as a result of breaking health and safety rules on site.

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UWLA criticises government plan for new water label

UWLA criticises government plan for new water label

Unified Water Label Association (UWLA) calls the plan for a mandatory label, announced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), "an unnecessary expense".

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