Smart home technologies are having an increasing influence on our lives. This work is now taking off in the building services industry but what are the big three low carbon technologies for installers to keep an eye out for?
Heat pumps are in the headlines again as the Government looks to give the low carbon economy a kick-start. Experts believe that millions of heat pumps will need to be installed in the UK by 2050. Paul Collins, NICEIC and ELECSA Technical Services Manager, explains what this means to gas installers. Duration: 2m.56s.
The transition for complying with the new requirements for EV charging installation work relating to Amendment 1 of BS7671 ends on July 31. As a result of the changes installation work will be easier for electrical contractors and allow them to take on board advances in new technologies.
The Government has announced plans for its Clean Heat Grant Scheme which will see consumers or businesses offered up to £4000 to introduce low carbon technologies. In the first of our new podcasts, Your Low Carbon Fix, Paul Collins, NICEIC and ELECSA Technical Services Manager, explains what this will mean to the installer.