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UK energy policy is convoluted and chaotic

Chris Goggin examines the current state of UK domestic energy policy that focuses on the implementation of clean energy dispersal. As the UK phases out fossil fuels for renewable alternatives a considerable amount of work must be completed for the UK to become carbon neutral. Following is a brief overview of the indecision, chaos, and […]

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The expansion of the global heat pump market

Rinnai‘s Chris Goggin looks at the expansion of the global heat pump market as they will play a pivotal part in UK, European and international decarbonisation plans. Heat pumps will make a significant contribution towards global decarbonisation aims, of that there appears to be little doubt. The international heat pump market is projected to substantially […]

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Rinnai publishes white paper on seasonal performance factor

Rinnai is issuing a report that details what it describes as “the potential limitations of manufacturer-issued efficiency measures” for heat pumps, namely COP (coefficient of performance) and SCOP (seasonal coefficient of performance). Manufacturers often measure heat pump efficiency using COP, which is the ratio of useful heat energy produced to the electricity consumed at a […]

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Rinnai’s InstallerSHOW stand to feature solar thermal

Rinnai’s stand at this month’s InstallerSHOW will feature Naked Energy’s VirtuHOT solar thermal system. The solar system will be alongside Rinnai’s H3 initiative – an extensive range which includes technologies for all mainstream varieties of energy including: H1– Hydrogen and DME,  BioLPG ready appliances H2 – Hybrid systems of heat pumps, solar thermal, solar PV […]

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Win low-carbon tech at InstallerSHOW 2023

All visitors to the Rinnai stand at InstallerSHOW 2023 will be in with a chance of winning £1000 of low-carbon technology, including water heaters, heat pumps, solar thermal, boilers in gas and electric models and a selection of other prizes. Contractors and consultants visiting the Rinnai stand can view the range of carbon reducing H1/2/3 […]

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Industry needs unity for decarbonisation

Rinnai’s Tony Gittings calls for industry unity in delivering practical, economic and technical benefits of decarbonisation. For UK decarbonisation aims to be successfully achieved a shared and consistent approach must be formulated and agreed upon by all acting parties within the HVAC and building services industries. At present there is widespread preference towards heat pump […]

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Unclear future energy plan risks additional customer costs

Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at a new report from the National Audit Office on the 2035 target for decarbonisation. A new report from the National Audit Office, an independent parliamentary body responsible for auditing governmental expenditure, has warned that lack of a clear future plan to decarbonise gas usage could result in a lack […]

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The role of hybrid systems on the road to net zero

Rinnai’s MD, Tony Gittings, outlines a future where all sites are given specific and detailed attention in producing an optimum value proposition. It is possible that all sites can give end-users heating and hot water system solutions that produce the most practical, economical, and technical answer to the vagaries of anywhere in the UK – […]

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Rinnai offering free heating design service

Rinnai is offering a free heating and hot water system design service for customers. Some properties are better suited towards a specific heating and hot water delivery system. For example, hybrid heat pump or solar thermal with BioLPG options could be considered the better solution for heating and hot water delivery when thinking of off-grid […]

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Rinnai introduces carbon cost comparison tool

Rinnai is introducing an online carbon cost comparison form, to include its range Of hydrogen, hybrid & heat pumps. The form is available FREE of any charge at: rinnai-uk.co.uk/contact-us/carbon-cost-comparison-form The form offers a free appraisal of a site’s current heating & hot water delivery system, along with recommendations for reducing the carbon load and associated […]

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Carbon comparisons CPD from Rinnai

Rinnai is launching a new CPD – Carbon & Economic Comparisons for Hot Water Systems using Heat Pumps, Electric and Hydrogen – aimed directly at an audience of systems designers, major end-users, specifiers and consultants. To secure space for your organisation please email engineer@rinnaiuk.com or call 01928 595 937 The fully certified and approved CPD […]

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Rinnai offering free energy audits for hot water delivery

Rinnai is offering free audits of total energy costs related to hot water systems on all sites. The audits are specifically aimed at maximising hot water delivery efficiencies thus making significant savings on fuel costs to the end-users and can be booked by either calling 0300 373 0660 or visiting rinnai-uk.co.uk/contact-us/request Maximising efficiencies on site could […]

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