Heating & Ventilation

Guidance to Protect Historic Buildings Published


New technical guidance into the different methods of measuring moisture in historic buildings to protect them from climate change

Eddy currents: Turning-up Heat Generation


Although demand for heat energy is high, energy generated by renewable devices is almost exclusively geared towards producing electricity. 

50,000 Households to Get £562m Boost


50,000 households are to be upgraded with green improvements to reduce carbon emissions and support green jobs in the UK

Hanover Starts Green Housing


Hanover (Scotland) has received planning permission from Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park for its first social housing development

Leeds Invests £100M on Improving Housing


Leeds City Council has announced it is to invest £100m to help tenants save money and cut carbon over the next five years.

Future Trends in Home Heating and Cooling


Christian Deilmann, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer at tado° outlines the measures needed to meet Europe’s and the UK’s climate targets.

New Targets for Green Building Revolution


Chris Pincher has announced that all homes and businesses will need to meet new rigorous energy efficiency standards to lower energy bills

Contractor Appointed to Parish Church


Sir Robert McAlpine Specialist Projects has been appointed as principal contractor to the St Marylebone Parish Church Changing Lives project

Jacobs Secures Place on Framework


Jacobs are pleased announce that it has been appointed to Irish Water’s Engineering Design Services Framework.

Hydrogen Heating Demonstration Takes Place


The first houses to be heated by hydrogen gas have been showcased with the use of innovative prototype boilers.