These are the organisations we have a working relationship with.
  • ADE
    The Association for Decentralised Energy is setting the vision of a local, efficient, low carbon energy system which enables energy users to make the choices which work for them.

    We are the leading trade association for decentralised energy, representing more than 160 interested parties from across the industrial, commercial and public sectors.
    The British Flue & Chimney Manufacturers' Association is Britian's only Trade Association for factory-made chimney products and works closely with Government, public bodies and other organisations to further the interest of the chimney & flue industry.
  • BMF
    The Builders Merchants Federation is the only body to represent the interests of all wholesale distributors of building materials in the UK. BMF represents the whole merchant industry, from bricks and plaster to boilers and radiators
  • BESA
    The Building Engineering Services Association is the UK's leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors – representing the interests of firms active in the design, installation, commissioning, maintenance, control and management of engineering systems and services in buildings
  • CEA
    The CEA is a registered educational charity that aims to improve the understanding and development of the combustion industry.
    The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers support the Science, Art and Practice of building services engineering, by providing our members and the public with first class information and education services and promoting the spirit of fellowship which guides our work.
  • CPA
    The Construction Products Association represents the UK's manufacturers and suppliers of construction products components and fittings. It acts as the voice of the construction products sector representing the industry-wide view of its members.
  • EHI
    The Association of the European Heating Industry (EHI) represents and promotes the common interests of 35 market leaders producing thermal comfort equipment (heating systems, burners, boilers, components, radiators and renewable energy systems) and 13 national industrial associations from the EU Member States, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
  • ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association)
    As the UK’s authority on energy management, the organisation is committed to reducing energy consumption through the application of technology and expert services. We are heavily involved in promoting the economic benefits of energy demand reduction through efficiency and management.
  • EU Skills
    Energy & Utility Skills (EU Skills) is the Sector Skills Council (SSC) for the gas, power, waste management and water industries, licensed by Government and working under the guidance of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES). Employer-led, our purpose is to ensure that our industries have the skills they need now and in the future.
  • EUA
    To represent and promote the interests of the UK energy and utility industry, building on a proud track record of over 100 years service to the gas industry, and to provide a wide range of high quality support services to members.
  • EUA Utility Networks
    Utility Networks (UN) represents member companies operating across the gas distribution value chain, gas storage operators, meter manufacturers and metering services companies, data and smart systems providers, professional service organisations as well as consultancy group services.
  • FETA
    FETA is the recognised UK body representing the interests of over 400 manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the heating, ventilating, building controls, refrigeration & air conditioning industry to policy makers and the wider public.
  • Fuel Industry Association
    The Fuel Industry Association (FIA) represents the interests of fuel suppliers and associated companies in the UK heating sector.
  • Gas Safe Register
    Gas Safe Register is the official gas registration body for the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey, appointed by the relevant Health and Safety Authority for each area. By law all gas engineers must be on the Gas Safe Register.
  • GVN
    The Gas Vehicle Network is a leading trade body representing gas-powered vehicles. Our work is vital in developing the next generation of cleaner transport fuels and vehicles.
    HETAS is the body to approve biomass and solid fuel domestic heating appliances, fuels and services. including the registration of competent installers and servicing businesses.
  • HHIC
    The Heating and Hot Water Industry Council (HHIC) is a well-established member organisation, committed to supporting and promoting the sustained growth of the UK domestic heating and hot water industry.
  • HWA
    The Hot Water Association (HWA) is a member organisation committed to effectively promoting the concept and use of stored hot water in domestic and commercial buildings in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. HWA's membership accounts for nearly 100% of domestic hot water storage devices sold in the UK. The HWA exists to support, drive and promote the sustained growth and improvement of standards within the entire domestic hot water industry.
  • IGEM - Institution of Gas Managers and Engineers
    IGEM are the professional engineering institution for gas, here to support individuals and organisations connected with the gas industry.
    As advocates of excellence, our core aim is to help all those involved with gas to achieve and maintain the highest standards of professional competence.
  • MARC
    The Manufacturers’ Association of Radiators and Convectors is an organisation established to give a particular voice to the radiator and convector industry, focussing on the specific needs of, and issues faced by, manufacturers and distributors of radiators with factories in the UK and/or Europe.
  • MEHNA (The Manufacturers of Equipment for Heat Network Association)
    Manufacturers of all types of equipment in a Heat Network, District Heating or Communal Heating system have secured representation with policy, regulations and standards bodies, through the inception of a new trade association- the Manufacturers of Equipment for Heat Networks Association (MEHNA).
    OFTEC is the Oil Fired Technical Association. They are recognised by the Government, oil companies, heating appliance and tank manufacturers as being the acceptable trade body in technician training & assessment for the domestic heating, oil distribution and commercial oil firing industry.
  • REA
    The Renewable Energy Association represents renewable energy producers and promotes the use of all forms of renewable energy in the UK.