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  • Croydon Council has begun a pilot scheme with Kensa Contracting to install a ground source heat pump system at the councilowned 10-storey housing block in New Addington. The installation aims to cut carbon emissions, help improve air quality and save up to £300 per home per year on more than 40...

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  • There is a vast interest in renewable energy but the role various technologies will play in the transition to a low-carbon future are in the main uncertain. This book sets out the facts: how the technologies work, where and to what extent they are currently employed and where the greatest potential ...

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  • Energy World readers were introduced to the tidal energy prospects for the Pentland Firth, which separates mainland Scotland from Orkney, in the June 2008 issue. Gareth Davies discusses energy initiatives and projects carried out by local communities from these northern islands. As well as large meg...

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  • Power NI supplies electricity to around 600,000 homes and businesses in Northern Ireland and aims to provide customers with great value for money and high standards of customer service.  Power NI is keen to encourage its customers to become more energy efficient and to consider alternative sour...

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  • The UK market for ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) is growing at a rate that led to the formation of the GSHP Association in June.

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  • Its principal aims are to:- promote the concept of using Ground Source Heat Pumps as an environmentally preferable means of heating and cooling buildings and to act as an impartial source of information about the ways in which this may be done- assist in developing standards for, and provide support...

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