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Latest News

The latest news from the Stove Industry Alliance

It’s Official SIA Ecodesign Stoves Reduce Emissions.
The publication of the Defra Clean Air Strategy confirms that Ecodesign stoves will play a central role in the government’s plan to reduce emissions from domestic combustion and commends the SIA for releasing the stoves ahead of the 2022 target date.

Modern wood burning stoves can solve UK’s open fire air pollution problem

As the festive season approaches, it is worth considering the impact burning wood on open fires has on air quality.

SIA Ecodesign Ready Stoves Reduce Carbon Emissions & Help Mitigate Climate Change.

New Met Office report points to UK climate change, with the hottest days becoming hotter and the coldest days becoming warmer.

The Future of Wood Burning

Installing a SIA Ecodesign Ready stove can help you be more energy efficient, reduce your carbon foot print and reduce particulate (PM) emissions.

You can be proud of a new Ecodesign Ready wood burning stove!

The Stove Industry Alliance (SIA) welcomes Defra’s Draft Clean Air Strategy and in particular its commitment to Ecodesign Ready stoves.  

Mayor of London acknowledges that not all wood burning is the same.

After being widely misquoted as calling for a ban on wood burning stoves, the Mayor of London is urging Londoners who burn wood in their homes to use the right kind of equipment and fuels to help reduce emissions

Wood burning emissions going down

If asked the question Are the PM emissions from wood burning increasing or decreasing, you might well have answered increasing.

A response to Mayor Sadiq Khan

The problem in London is burning wood on open fires. According to BEIS 70% of the wood burnt in London is burnt on open fires, even though this is not permitted under the Clean Air Act.

Making it easier to burn dry wood

The Woodsure Ready to Burn initiative was officially launched on 12th September, at the Westonbrit Arboretum.

New SIA Information Sheets

The SIA has just released a series of leaflets, covering Ecodesign and its implications for the industry, Ecodesign Ready stoves and the importance of burning dry wood.