The North East landlord has been working with Daikin to train its team of engineers to install and maintain sustianable heating systems.
Over 200 councils across England and Scotland have been awarded funding to upgrade some of the UK’s least energy-efficient homes.
All new homes and extensions to existing homes will be required to have low-carbon heating and be zero-carbon ready by 2025.
Together’s Shared Loop Ground Source Heat Pump Project has been crowned Heat Pump City of the Year by the European Heat Pump Association.
The Green Homes Grant, which gives landlords and homeowners vouchers to fund green home improvements, has been extended by one year until March 2022.
Hull City Council and the University of Hull have teamed up to develop a pilot project which could help influence the future of low-carbon housing.
Heat pumps, heat networks, and energy efficiency measures should be central to a new strategy to decarbonise the UK’s homes, IPPR says in a new report.