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Rinnai releases CPD on carbon savings

Rinnai has released its latest CPD course – Carbon and Economic Benefits of Zero Storage in Hot Water Systems. The CPD demonstrates carbon and cost savings achieved through investing in hydrogen blend ready and BioLPG ready continuous flow hot water heaters. Rinnai’s instantaneous hot water systems have been rigorously analysed and found to offer significant […]

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Rinnai announces new H3 product roadmap

Rinnai is set to launch its ‘H3’ range of products consisting of Hydrogen blends-ready water heating systems in hybrid versions and a comprehensive selection of heat pumps specifically designed for commercial use. It is also expected that the company will be launching electric formats to existing product ranges within the next 12 months. The new […]

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Rinnai unveils multi-national plan for rapid progress to carbon neutrality

Rinnai has unveiled an ‘Innovation Manifesto’, which sets out a clear pathway to achieving carbon neutrality, to a timetable, without negating quality in product design, innovation and customer value for money. The Rinnai Manifesto is structured into four main segments: Background to Carbon Neutrality; Initiatives and Directives to Realize Low-Carbon and Decarbonized Society; Reducing CO2 […]

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Rinnai welcomes Heat and Buildings Strategy

In response to the recent Heat and Buildings Strategy announcement, Rinnai Operations Director Chris Goggin comments: ‘Rinnai welcomes the UK “Heat and Buildings Strategy,” as it outlines a route to a green industrial revolution that enables the delivery of a lower carbon future and achievement of NetZero targets.’ In preparation for a national shift in […]

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Rinnai opens new office and exhibition at the Building Centre

Rinnai is opening a new office and permanent exhibition in the Building Centre in central London. The Rinnai London Building Centre office will be permanently staffed for sales, technical and operations and service to all building services consultants, engineers, architects, contractors and end-users. Managing Director Tony Gittings said: “The new premises in London’s Building Centre […]

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Rinnai calls for one industry council in drive to net zero

Rinnai has called for a single body or council to represent all buildings, products and services industries sectors to create a pragmatic and non-partisan pathway to achieve and promote the goal of Net Zero carbon emissions. Rinnai is also calling for that body to be composed of all interested parties – residential & industrial consumers, […]

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Rinnai announces all commercial units ‘hydrogen ready’

Rinnai has announced that, after an extensive testing and verification process, its N Series product range is ‘hydrogen ready’ for the proposed initial supply of natural gas and hydrogen blends fed through the gas pipeline infrastructure. Rinnai also says that multiples of its existing ranges are retro compatible with future hydrogen blending – including any […]

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Are energy islands part of the decarbonisation answer?

Chris Goggin of Rinnai looks at the advent of energy islands which could be set to be a major part of the drive to decarbonisation in both the international arena and the UK. Decarbonisation of the industrialised world’s fuel supply is acknowledged as being the over-riding priority in tackling climate change. Industry and governments across […]

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Rinnai report highlights BioLPG carbon savings

Rinnai has completed a detailed report into the possible savings of 81% on carbon emissions if off-grid sites convert to using BioLPG as the main fuel source. BioLPG is conceptually renewable and sustainable, as it is made from a blend of waste, residues and sustainably sourced materials. BioLPG, can be described as an eco-propane, the […]

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Cooperation is needed to achieve decarbonisation

Cooperation is needed to achieve decarbonisation, says Rinnai UK, sharing its creation of a Hydrogen Information Hub. De-carbonisation of our entire societal structure can be achieved through close co-operation and unity of effort by all interested parties of the global energy industry in order to achieve the goal in the shortest possible timeframe. Fossil based […]

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The realities of decarbonising the UK energy market

Chris Goggin of Rinnai UK looks at the state of play of new fuels in the mass marketplace. A national roll-out converting the UK’s energy resources is needed for the UK to be completely decarbonized by the year 2050.  For this to be made possible a vast amount of work needs to be planned, undertaken […]

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Rinnai’s continuous flow hot water heating units deliver 1,000 litres per hour

Rinnai’s continuous flow hot water heating units can now deliver almost 1,000 litres per hour per unit – they have precision temperature control for either thermal disinfection or safe use on those users more vulnerable to scalding. The units can be installed – and operational – in just hours. There were multiple instances during the […]

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