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Private rented home energy improvements at odds with climate targets say HPA

The Government recently consulted on its proposals to improve the energy performance of privately rented homes as part of its plans to reduce carbon emissions from buildings. However, while proposals put forward will go some way to tackling the improvements needed, they do not go far enough. The Heat Pump Association (HPA) was among the […]

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Green Homes Grant – what now?

On 8th February the Government reluctantly admitted that it had issued just 20,000 GHG vouchers since the scheme began in Autumn 2020, immediately hampering efforts towards the PM’s ambitious 600,000 heat pump installations per year by 2028. Then just days later the situation was exacerbated when it was announced that hundreds of millions of pounds […]

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UK heat pump market set to almost double this year

The Heat Pump Association(HPA), which represents around 95% of the heat pump manufacturing market share, has surveyed its members to estimate the supply of heat pumps in 2021. This has revealed that manufactures have placed orders with their supply chains to deliver a total of 67,000 units in 2021. This equates to a nearly double […]

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NIBE’s Phil Hurley appointed as HPA chairman

Managing director of NIBE Energy Systems, Phil Hurley, has been appointed as the new chairman of the Heat Pump Association (HPA), replacing Graham Wright. Stepping into Phil Hurley’s former position as vice-chairman, a role held by Hurley since April 2019, is Max Halliwell of Mitsubishi Electric. With 2021 set to be a turning point for […]

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The Heat Pump Association outlines steps to decarbonise the UK’s heating industry in the next decade

The Heat Pump Association has released a revolutionary report outlining the steps that the UK Government must take to shape future policy and decarbonise the heating industry. The report aims to substantially shake up the existing frameworks and introduce regulatory, impactful, and meaningful changes in the heating sector, paving the way for mass deployment of […]

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