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Category Archives: energy efficiency
Paul and I have been having a debate around what sort of energy a heat pump produces. Does it sit in the ‘energy efficiency camp” and should be counted as efficient use of electricity or does it lean towards Renewable … Continue reading
Moors Law roughly translates as computer processing power doubling every two years and Buckminster Fuller Curve predicts that human knowledge will double every two years give or take …and according to IBM when the internet of things gets into its … Continue reading
The Fit for the Future Network received the huge accolade of winning a Business Green Leaders Award in the Employee Engagement Campaign of the Year 2016 category. The Fit for the Future Network set up in 2013 following myself and Keith … Continue reading
Its been an interesting couple of weeks as part of the Fit for the Future network we helped set up a couple of years ago. Two weeks ago we put a call out to the membership of the network for … Continue reading
Elexon is not the home planet of the Daleks (that in fact is Skaro.. sad) It’s the company that ensures the transactions in the whole energy buying, selling and grid stuff across the UK works. You have sellers (generators who … Continue reading
All I seem to be reading about at the moment is how battery storage will plug the gap from generation to consumption and make us all very rich or at least smug. I hear stories from neighbours with PV who are … Continue reading
Local energy supply. We all sell the energy we generate for 5p and buy it for up to 15p per kwh. There has to be another way!
As some of you know from blogs a few years ago this has been one of our ‘holy grails’. Use what you generate locally but can anyone use it locally without the need for expensive private grids. The UK is … Continue reading