Academic: Oil and gas boilers should be banned across Europe by 2030

By |januar 17th, 2019|boilers, district heating, fuel poverty, heat pumps, heating, heating and cooling strategy, News, Solar PV|

Emissions from residential heating can be drastically reduced if Europe agrees a ban on new oil and gas boiler installations by 2030 at the latest, according to a Danish researcher who led an EU-wide study to decarbonise the heating and cooling sector.

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Breaking down the barriers to renewable heating in the UK

By |april 23rd, 2018|boilers, heat pumps, heating, heating and cooling strategy, News, Renewable Heating Incentive, Solar thermal, United Kingdom|

Europe is the global leader in renewable heat, but there’s plenty of room for improvement. Being bottom of the class, the UK is a case in point, writes Marcus Franck.

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Long freeze on new labels for heaters may slow innovation, decarbonisation

By |junij 23rd, 2017|boilers, heating and cooling, heating and cooling strategy, News|

In a possible nod to industry demands, the EU's new energy label regulations will allow a 10-year transition period for heaters until 2030, a move likely to confuse consumers, hinder innovation in clean technology and extend the market life of fossil-f...

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Building efficiency: Waking up the sleeping giant

By |maj 29th, 2017|boilers, building renovation, heating and cooling strategy, News, smart homes|

Cutting wasteful energy use in buildings is at the centre of EU efforts to decarbonise its economy and reduce dependence on fossil fuel imports. However, there is still vast untapped potential in modernising heating, cooling and ventilation equipment k...

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