The Hot Water Association (HWA) has been formed through the union of the two UK industry trade bodies, WMA (Waterheater Manufacturers Association) and MODUS (Manufacturers Of Domestic Unvented Systems). The objectives of the HWA are "To be recognised as the leading body in domestic hot water storage and, through cooperation and partnerships, to support, drive and promote the sustained growth and improvement of standards within the entire domestic hot water industry".

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Gas & Oil

Gas and oil are the most popular fuels for central heating and hot water systems in the UK.

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Electricity

Electricity is an efficient way to heat water. In a well insulated hot water tank or cylinder it can be heated during off peak (cheap) periods and stored for use during the day.

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Renewables

Renewables is certainly a current buzzword. The subject of ‘renewables’ has been dominating the heating industry agenda for some years now....

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Solid Fuel

Solid fuel is becoming more popular as a way to heat homes and to contribute towards the water heating load.

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Driving to improve standards within the domestic hot water industry

HWA Charter

The HWA Charter puts in place all those elements that are required in order to ensure that hot water products are supplied in a way that they meet the terms set out in the Charter Statement. The Charter receives widespread support from heating appliance manufacturers and the suppliers of related products. It is managed and promoted by the Hot Water Association (HWA).

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News

‘Naked cylinders’ breach Building Regulations warns HWA - ‘A naked cylinder- those without insul...

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HWA Charter updated to include ErP Directive requirements - Following the successful introductio...

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What’s the agenda? - DECC published their public attitudes survey two weeks ago and it was intere...

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