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To tackle climate change, the UK has a legal commitment for carbon emissions to be net zero by 2050. This means that high carbon fossil fuels currently used to heat our buildings will need to be replaced with low carbon … Read more
Reducing or eliminating domestic carbon emissions will involve transforming the UK’s entire housing stock through a combination of improved insulation, behavioural change and a reduction
in the use of carbon intensive heating. For Manchester and the wider city
region, this … Read more
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The Science and Technology Committee has highlighted the lack of Government policies in place to deliver the net zero target by 2050 and recommends 10 steps the Government should take to meet this legally binding target.
The Committee welcomes the … Read more
HPA Vice Chairman and NIBE managing director Phil Hurley tackles the decarbonisation debate head on by presenting the case for heat pumps and highlighting the importance of installers in engaging with homeowners about low-carbon heating alternatives.
It’s hard to ignore … Read more
The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has welcomed
the government’s announcement that the UK will become the first major nation to
commit to reaching a net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050. However, the HPA
also warns that clear policy and a … Read more
One week ahead of the European elections, the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) gathered more than 200 industry experts to discuss latest developments in the market and to assess how heat pumps could pursue their contribution to a future and … Read more
The Heat Pump Association (HPA), as the UK’s leading authority on the use and benefits of heat pump technology, welcomes the publication today of the Committee on Climate Change’s Net Zero report, which highlights that a net-zero target for UK … Read more
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