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Refurbishment of School Heating Systems

The UK government has committed to a national target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.


According to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), the UK must achieve an average emissions reduction of around 15.5 MtCO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) per year over the next 30 years.


This objective requires significant efforts across the whole economy, and we have made progress towards interim goals - 16 MtCO2e were saved in 2019. But there is more to be done. One of the UK’s primary sources of emissions is heating. It accounts for a third of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions and is, therefore, a significant target for decarbonisation.


Heating equipment manufacturers have risen to the net-zero challenge and are already developing innovative technologies and techniques. These include hydrogen boilers and air source heat pumps, aswell as working on products to support the delivery of heat networks. No single technology can achieve net-zero carbon,so the availability of a range of options is crucial. The future of heat is on its way, but we need to take action now if we are to start meeting those annual reduction targets.

Refurbishment of School Heating Systems

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Specifiers and Social Housing

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If you're looking to install high performing, renewable energy solutions for heating or indirect hot water production, our air source heat pumps are the efficient choice for newbuild and retrofit commercial applications.

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