The Conference on 25 February 2015 will take place against the backdrop of political change and will focus on practical examples of solutions that can be applied to specific challenges within the public sector. SAV’s presentation will focus on the company’s ‘Waste Not Energy’ philosophy by exploring the energy, carbon and cost saving opportunities of LoadTracker CHP systems and FlatStation heat interface units serving district heating networks. Delegates will also have the opportunity to discuss with SAV’s experts how district heating networks can be designed to deliver maximum benefits. For further information: www.carbontrust.com/client-services/advice/public-sector-advice/
Halving energy costs by marrying CHPs to Heat Pumps
Despite the war in Ukraine, gas is becoming greener, and properties can even halve their gas consumption by connecting a micro-CHP plant and heat pump from EC POWER, which has been on the market for 30 years.