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In Net-zero, Low carbon energy

At the recent Installer #NetZeroFESTIVAL, the CIPHE were joined by leading experts to discuss the role of water efficiency in the race to decarbonisation, as well as holding a roundtable discussion looking at the government’s recent Low Temperature Heating Consultation.

We are pleased to inform you that both of these discussions are now available to view on demand.

Roundtable: Water Efficiency

Paul Harmer of the CIPHE, Yvonne Orgill, MD of the Unified Water Label and Paul McGuire of Kohler Mira discuss the issue of water efficiency, how industry must take a lead in addressing the issue, the role of installers as trusted advisors and how manufacturers are innovating with their products to help deliver on this goal.

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Roundtable: Low Temperature Heating Consultation

The role of a heating engineer and system installer is changing. Simply opting to replace on a like for like basis will not remain the norm as the domestic heating industry responds to the UK government’s legally set targets for net-zero carbon emissions. Following the recent low temperature heating training consultation managed by the CIPHE, a panel discusses its findings, installer voiced support and concerns, and the next steps for educating the existing and new workforce as the heating industry adapts.

Paul Harmer – CIPHE
Martyn Bridges – Worcester Bosch
Ilias Versais – Ecuity
Mark Wilkins – Vaillant
Graham Wright – Daikin
Ian Rippin – MCS