Displaying all posts from 2021
Transition to net zero doesn’t need to leave farmers with ‘Diddly Squat’
Friday 24th September 2021
by George Webb - CEO, Liquid Gas UK
End of summer BBQ safety tips and advice
Thursday 16th September 2021
As summer comes to an end and you set up the BBQ for one last time, we wanted to share a few of our tips for staying safe, and ensuring your equipment is in tip top condition for next year.
Young Person in LPG Awards 2021 sponsored by Vaillant
Friday 10th September 2021
At Vaillant we recognise that graduates and young apprentices are the future heating engineers for years to come, the training for a low carbon future and the decarbonisation of the gas grid needs to start now.
Going green in the countryside this Autumn
Friday 27th August 2021
Our recent rural poll demonstrated that consumers living in rural areas of the UK are keen to adopt a greener lifestyle. Sustainability and being kinder to environment is something which is quite rightly high on the list of priorities for many people now.
Have you entered the Vaillant Young Person in LPG Awards?
Wednesday 25th August 2021
Young Person in LPG is an initiative developed by Liquid Gas UK which recognises the new talent working in the LPG industry.
Meeting the decarbonisation challenge for UK manufacturers
Tuesday 10th August 2021
As the UK strives to achieve net zero by 2050, there remains unanswered questions about how one of our main sectors, manufacturing, will decarbonise while keeping the sector competitive and not costing jobs.
Decarbonising Distilling: Is hydrogen worth the hype?
Tuesday 13th July 2021
If the rural distillery sector is to decarbonise, it needs a flexible and reliable low carbon energy source available today.
Recent restrictions show the need for air quality and emissions reduction to go hand in hand
Wednesday 12th May 2021
Restrictions on the sale of coal and wet wood came into force on 1st May in an attempt to improve air quality and tackle pollution. Burning wet wood and coal at home on wood burning stoves and fires has been identified by The World Health Organisation as a major source of the pollutant PM2.5, the most serious air pollutant to human health.
The trade association for the LPG and bioLPG industry in the UK