Transitioning to green homes and buildings report

Transitioning to green homes and buildings report

We are proud to have formed an alliance with the Sustainable Homes and Buildings Coalition. Formed by the NatWest Group, this partnership has been put in place to guide homeowners through the confusion and help them make greener home heating choices with confidence. This in turn will support you, the installer, and help the nation move towards a more sustainable future.

The recently launched ‘Home is where the Heat is’ report speaks to the consumer, giving them clear information on the challenge, the technology on offer and much more.

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Hydrogen boilers

Hydrogen

A hydrogen-ready boiler is a gas-fired heating boiler which is capable of burning either natural gas or pure (100%) hydrogen.

heat pumps

Heat Pumps

Suitable for renovation (building dependent) and new build projects, heat pumps can significantly reduce emissions within homes.

hybrid systems

Hybrid Systems

A hybrid heating and hot water system is a combination of two or more technologies generating heat to provide heating and hot water to the home or building.

Heat Networks

Heat Networks

Heat network’s have the ability to incorporate hydrogen, waste heat and renewables at a large scale in dense urban living.

whitepaper

Download our Decarbonisation Whitepaper

As a market leader, we have had the privilege of inputting both directly and with the industry to assist in the practical adoption of the Government’s ‘Net Zero’ carbon target by 2050.

With this paper, we aim to give an honest, impartial and technology agnostic view on the benefits, advantages and suitable applications for the UK’s future domestic heating requirements. 

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The Government’s ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ 10 Point Plan

The Government’s ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ 10 Point Plan

We’ve answered a series of commonly asked homeowner questions to support you when talking to customers about the Government’s recent announcement. We provide insight into how it affects natural gas boilers today, as well as future technologies over the coming years.

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