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Green Futures Magazine reports on a new take, by Cambridge University, on Ventilation systems, which claim to cut down on draughts during Winter usage - http://www.forumforthefuture.org/greenfutures/articles/new-ventilat...
BusinessGreen reports on Savortex's new Vortex hand dryer, which is down to 530 Watts, from 550 Watts. For reference, rival models, such as the Dyson Airblade, pull between 1600 and 2400 Watts.
You can read the full article here, and visit Savortex's website here.
Freetricity, who I’ll be honest I’ve not come across before, are claiming to save money on your bills, lower your carbon footprint, and increase your property’s value. Marvellous. All that aside, they are offering ‘fully automated biomass boiler installations for free’ for businesses. Basically, they collect the Renewable Heat Incentive payment from the Government in order to pay for the work. I’m not saying it’s the best deal ever (which it may or may not be), but if you’re strapped for upfront capital, it might be able to help you out, and will at least reduce your immediate carbon footprint, although as with all such investment systems, make sure you’re entirely happy with how it works before you get involved. You can see more here….
A great article for those of you dealing with old buildings and the different challenges of trying to stop the heat leaking out of your, possibly listed, old windows - http://www.buildingconservation.com/articles/heatloss/heatloss.htm
How much do you really need to control the temperature in your building? Debate - http://ning.it/PEsGN2
"Some like it hot..." - new blog post on the simple boiler checks you should be doing now that the Winter Heating Period is nearly upon us...
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