24th November 2020
The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) has published it’s report: Recommendations for a future Energy Company Obligation. We wish to applaud the SEA on addressing key issues and engaging with industry wide stakeholders in producing a report aimed at improving ECO and tackling fuel poverty in the next decade. We are particularly keen to raise the … Continue reading “What’s in store for the future Energy Company Obligation?”
7th September 2020
Neil Macdonald, Technical Manager at the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council, takes a look at the consultation on the Future Homes Standard and what it is likely to mean for waste water heat recovery for showers. In October 2019, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) published a consultation on the Future Homes Standard, regarding … Continue reading “The future of waste water heat recovery”
17th August 2020
In the first of a series of interviews with Briary Energy, Peter Mortimer (Sales Manager – Showersave) is under the spotlight to discuss his role at Showersave, changes in the industry and other relevant points of discussion. Briary energy assist all sizes of developer to achieve energy efficient properties, for the right build cost. By … Continue reading “An interview with Peter Mortimer”
17th March 2020
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting normal office operations for the foreseeable future, Showersave is committed to offering learning and development opportunities to the construction industry during these uncertain times through delivery of our certified CPD via remote access. This facility is suitable for office and home based working scenarios. We have attempted to … Continue reading “Showersave delivering CPD remotely during Coronavirus pandemic”
2nd March 2020
The recent publication of “Hot water efficiency in homes” paper by SEA, provides a summary of the key points raised during the roundtable discussions with industry experts and the generated recommendations. On 26th November 2019, the Sustainable Energy Association hosted a roundtable to discuss the hot water efficiency in domestic homes. The aim of … Continue reading “SEA publish “Hot water efficiency in homes” paper”
27th January 2020
The guide covers 5 key areas: operational energy, embodied carbon, the future of heat, demand response and data disclosure. The guide was developed by over 100 LETI volunteers over a period of 12 months. Download the guide at https://www.leti.london/cedg
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