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17 Mar 2010 08:03:35


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The Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) is applying increasing pressure to
developers, architects, building services engineers, installers and equipment
suppliers to deliver new build residential properties that have a low carbon
footprint. The latter is achieved through a combination of building fabric,
improved air tightness and the adoption of low and zero carbon (LZC)
technologies. Here Yan Evans, Technical Director of Andrews Water Heaters
and Potterton Commercial, explains how the use of commercial boilers and
mini-Combined Heat & Power (CHP) can be harmonised to deliver low carbon
heating and hot water solutions.

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