When Andreas Rosen decided to future-proof his home in Germany’s Mosel wine region, he knew he wanted to upgrade his heating system to a low-carbon heat pump.Read the full article at bbc.com
Heat pumps are becoming all the rage in a world trying to slash carbon emissions and cut energy costs.
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With gas prices skyrocketing, energy poverty threatening 80 million Europeans, the EU’s 2030 deadline to slash emission drawing closer, and the conflict with Russia escalating, it has never been clearer that we need to ramp up the heating transition.
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Controlling your heating system with a thermostat provides greater energy-efficiency and temperature accuracy for your home but according to research, a lot of us are making some costly errors when it comes to using one.
Few countries in the world can make such an outsize difference to climate change. In the shift to renewable energy, the sunburnt country could satisfy global demand for green energy more than eight times over.
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Home is where the heart is, but with climate change the way our homes are built and required to function is shifting. Overheating is just one example that is being discussed at length within the academic and commercial sectors. Projections for UK homes in 2050 and 2080 show significant issues around overheating and sustained overheating during longer periods than currently designed for. Here, Claire Brown argues that decarbonising the UK residential sector requires clear leadership, collaboration, and strong legislative support.
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The CSIRO’s annual GenCost report has found that renewables remain the cheapest new-build electricity generation option in Australia.
Energy has been a massive topic recently in Australia, from energy providers telling their customers to go elsewhere to AEMO suspending the National Energy Market (NEM), all in response to dramatic price increases.
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