Leading heating and hot water solutions provider Baxi has launched a new guide outlining the available opportunities to reduce the carbon intensity of domestic hot water generation in hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Following the launch of the Construction Inclusion Coalition in September, founder member Baxi hosted a roundtable discussion at RIBA, The Royal Institute of British Architects, focused on addressing gender imbalance and other equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) considerations in the construction industry.
Baxi has launched a full suite of air source heat pump (ASHP) training courses to support heating engineers and installers as they look to become more familiar with and qualified to install the increasingly popular technology.
Heatrae Sadia point-of-use electric water heaters are helping deliver exemplar energy-efficiency standards at Riverside Primary, Scotland’s first Passivhaus-certified Primary School. Heatrae Sadia is part of Baxi.
Baxi has united with eight leading organisations in the construction industry, representing over two hundred and fifty thousand workers, to launch a new coalition that aims to tackle a lack of diversity across the industry.
Baxi has announced the appointment of James Matthews as Head of Public Health to lead Baxi’s technical specification and sales team in supplying energy-efficient low-carbon hot water solutions involving Heatrae Sadia and Andrews Water Heaters products.
Baxi will be supplying its 100% hydrogen boilers for the H100 Fife Project, a world-first hydrogen-to-homes demonstration delivered through a partnership between gas distribution company SGN and Fife Council in cooperation with industry regulator Ofgem.
Baxi has been working alongside the Government to develop its new £5 million Heat Training Grant, designed to support 10,000 trainees to become low carbon heating experts with grants of up to £500 over the next two years.
At the beginning of the first UK Hydrogen Week, a leading heating and hot water solutions provider has called for the industry to respond to the Government’s pivotal Improving boiler standards and efficiency consultation.
Baxi is among the biggest names in the UK energy industry to
have joined forces to launch a campaign to raise awareness of hydrogen gas for
heating our homes and calling on the Government to commit to a hydrogen future.
Following a year of disruption for the plumbing and heating sector, it is now more important than ever that industry professionals are doing their bit to ensure gas safety is still considered first and foremost in UK homes.
Care UK has selected a Remeha Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system as the most efficient and economical solution to meet the heating and hot water requirements at its BREEAM-accredited Chester care home.
UK heating manufacturer Baxi Heating is proud to support the Future Gas Series project, which is examining the opportunities and challenges associated with using hydrogen and green gas to help decarbonise the UK economy.
We are proud to announce that our ‘trilogy; of generic fault-finding courses, designed to help installers maintain and repair all brands of boilers, has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE).