A huge shake-up in domestic heating is on its way - and the heat pump industry is primed

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A level playing field between heating technologies and an increase of the installer base are needed to drive a major rollout of heat pumps, argues the HPA's Graham Wright

The last significant piece of regulatory policy in the heating industry that I can think of is the Building Regulations change in 2005 that led to the requirement for condensing boilers. Since then, the...

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