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Pathways to high penetration of heat pumps: Report prepared for the Committee on Climate Change

Guidance and industry reports, Academic or Industry Research

An in-depth study of the technical, commercial and behavioural barriers to uptake of heat pumps, specific to the UK. The report assesses the impact of the current policy regime and potential alternative future policy scenarios on the market growth of the heat pump sector. Read more…

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Heat Pathways: Low Carbon Heat for Buildings

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This report by Carbon Connect (Nov 2014) follows cross-party inquiry chaired by Shadow Energy Minister, Jonathan Reynolds MP, and Conservative, Dan Byles MP. Read more…

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Making sense of renewable energy technologies

Guidance and industry reports

This publication by the Carbon Trust is aimed at businesses that are looking to assess whether renewable energy technologies may be appropriate for their site. Read more…

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Ecobuild 2014: Seasonal thermal energy storage

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Seasonal thermal energy storage is discussed by Edward Thompson, Director of ICAX at Ecobuild 2014. GSHP technology is one of the most advanced... Read more…

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Ecobuild 2014: Whole life carbon and residential developments

Large reductions in carbon emissions in the built environment are needed if we are to achieve the UK's legal obligations. A whole life carbon approach considers the total energy used in both constructing and using a building. Read more…

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MCS (Microgeneration Scheme) Quality Management Systems training course

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In partnership with PPL Training & Easy MCS™, this MCS (Microgeneration Scheme) Quality Management Systems training course includes access... Read more…

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