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LG Electronics Announces New Air to Water
Heat Pump to be Available in the Spring
LG Electronics (LG), a global leader in electronics,
have announced that its much awaited Therma V
air to water heat pump will be available in the
UK from spring 2010.
The Therma V has been designed to meet the
fast-growing demand for an environmentally-
sound source of heating, hot water and air
conditioning plus the option of under floor heating,
reducing the amount of CO2 emitted by 90%
compared to conventional fossil fuel heating
systems. Its co-efficients of performance (COPs)
of up to 4.5 are among the most advanced on the
market.
Network Rail Given Green Light
Plans to develop one of the most sustainable
office buildings in the country were given the
go-ahead as Network Rail’s new national centre
received the stamp of approval from Milton
Keynes’ planning authority.
Network Rail plans to house up to 3,000 employees
at the centre, bringing new jobs to the area.
The 400,000 sq ft building will be constructed on
the site of a former hockey stadium, revitalising
an underused corner of Central Milton Keynes.
Councillors voted to approve Network Rail’s
plans at a town hall meeting on the 21st January.
Georgia Elliott-Smith joins Appleyards as Director of Sustainability
Appleyards is delighted to announce the appointment of Georgia Elliott-Smith
as Director of Sustainability Consulting, a new division of the business. Georgia
will be responsible for consolidating Appleyards’ considerable experience and
knowledge in the sustainability field , whilst adding her own vast expertise to
build upon past successes in this area to develop new services. She is an
Environmental Engineer, Member of the Institute of Environmental Management
and Assessment, a registered Environmental Auditor and one of the UK’s first
Chartered Environmentalists with 12 years’ experience as an environmental
professional in the construction and property industry. Major clients have
included Defra, Land Securities, Accenture, Deloitte, Laing O’Rourke, the
Civil Aviation Authority and Railtrack.
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