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WWHRS is listed as a primary measure to tackle UK climate change, from 2020

Sep 30, 2019 | apartments, Energy Initiatives, Housebuilding, Recoup WWHRS, Regulations

Ministers will today use the eve of the Conservative Party Conference to announce a new package of measures designed to accelerate the UK’s transition to a net zero emission economy, including strengthened green home standards.

“Addressing climate change is a top priority for the Conservative Party, and today’s announcements will not only help us reach our Net Zero 2050 target, but will benefit communities and households – and improve wildlife and wellbeing – while doing so,” said Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom.

“All new homes from next year (2020) would be required to install either solar panels, waste water heat recovery systems or low carbon heat technologies.”

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick confirms that the “first steps on the revolutionary road to (the Future Homes Standard)” will be implemented as “early as next year (2020)” Recoup are the UK market leader for Waste Water Heat Recovery Systems, which is an incredibly cost-effective demand reduction technology.

It is already used by many forward-thinking national housebuilders and developers such as Barratt Developments plc, Redrow Homes, David Wilson Homes, Miller Homes Ltd, Crest Nicholson plc and many others. This announcement expected today should catalyse the uptake of this renewable technology, and ultimately reduce domestic hot water use; energy consumption & associated cabon emissions, as well as reducing home-owner energy bills from 2020 and beyond.

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