Logic Certification has launched a new biomass heating course, to help installers take advantage of the increased market demand in-light of the Domestic RHI and the general start of the heating season. Focusing on pellet-burning appliances, the new, limited-scope qualification will allow heating and plumbing engineers who don’t deal with logs or chips to choose a course most relevant to their business needs.
New statistics from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) show that domestic RHI installations have smashed the 20,000 milestone, with some 6,244 new accreditations since April 2014 when the initiative was officially launched.
New statistics from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) show that the UK’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is now helping to warm 25,000 homes, as consumers wake-up to the benefits of installing renewable technologies, such as heat pumps, solar thermal, solar pv and biomass systems.
OFTEC has announced it is to further extend its range of competent person registration services to include solid fuel appliances, following government approval by the Department for Communities and Local Government’s Building Regulations.
A brand new training centre has been approved to deliver Logic Certification accredited courses.
Robinson’s UK is a family run technical training academy offering over 20 years of industry and educational expertise covering all aspects of the heating and electrical sectors, including gas, oil, solid fuel and biomass.