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IEA SHC Jul 6
IEA highlights project from our Thermal Energy Storage work! 'Bringing the heat of summer into winter' – Analysis - IEA ,
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Industrial Solar Jul 3
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Solarthermalworld Jul 6
Reaching the right temperature... for a hotel!
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Dr Richard Hall 🌄 14h
Anyone interested in the deployment of and should definitely take a look at the MCS Clean Heat Grant response learning even quicker than even I anticipated 👍
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Dr Richard Hall 🌄 20h
Don't forget to support in the 'Future Support for Low Carbon Heat' consulation 👍 Deadline: 11:45pm Technologies and uses not supported through this policy Q40. Do you agree with not supporting solar thermal systems under the Clean Heat Grant?
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Betatalk Jul 4
What are the challenges heating engineers face in electrifying heat and installing systems? Take a listen to "Bones" , and
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Solarthermalworld 20h
Heat surplus in the summer? Why don't you simply use it in winter? New highlights from work on thermal 👏👏👏
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Nicholas Simmons 19h
Some really excellent submissions for BEIS consultations on Future of Low Carbon Heat - sneak previews from and looking really well thought out & compelling arguments to maintain support for
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Solarthermalworld Jul 1
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Christophe Williams 20h
We have been spreading the word to our network about the consultation. It's so important that the role of is recognised in decarbonising in the UK, like Denmark, France, Germany, Austria, Netherlands etc Pls do make your own responses to BEIS
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Nathan James Van Gambling 10h
Replying to @DeborahMeaden
We discussed thermal stores in this episode. Guy who used to be the special advisor to the energy minister had this to say about the podcast. I'm looking for a season 3 sponsor if you know of one Deborah
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Solarthermalworld Jul 6
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Nicholas Simmons Jul 5
Gosh?! (IEA says 40% of CO2, but good that it is getting attention at all). We have been saying this for the last decade too and it seems people are finally waking up to the need to decarbonise heat. Electrification not the only answer - it needs to be a mix
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Nathan James Van Gambling 20h
I think it's important we make sure the public understand their options and that is not overshadowed by PV.
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Solarthermalworld Jul 3
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Nathan James Van Gambling Jul 4
Listen to the latest episode where and discuss electric and
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Nathan James Van Gambling 11h
Water thermal stores are excellent and can be used with (solar thermal tubes). It's a misconception that winter sun can't heat water for space heating. The engineers I use on my podcast can all do this. As does Europe
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Solarthermalworld Jul 2
Large-scale thermal : Don't miss this webinar by on such a hot topic!
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Solarthermalworld Jul 2
Summer has come...And so has our July newsletter on ! Read it here:
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Christophe Williams 20h
This is great to see, however energy is more than just electricity. Just like is more than PV. and can help address the huge elephant in the room (HEAT), which accounts for 50% all demand and ~30% emissions. All these products can work in unison
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