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A zero carbon system must also be decentralised

Only in relatively recent times have fuel and power been piped and cabled into buildings from elsewhere, argues Hywel Lloyd of the Active Building Centre, adding that a return to a decentralised system – with storage – is no less important than a switch to renewable energy.

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EW Oct 21 pp16-17.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Subjects: Low carbon - Decentralisation - Building -

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