Monthly Archives: June 2015

  • Could a period of weak sun offset part of global warming in Europe?

    Fresh research has reported that global warming located in northern Europe along with eastern America could to a certain extent be offset within forthcoming winters due to the sun admitting into a substandard cycle, comparable to the one that permitted frost fairs to engage on the river Thames during the 17th and 18th century.

    Although the investigation claimed that any prospective depletion in solar motion would only hold a slight impact on temperature growth from a global scale. It’s estimated that this generous natural gift to us humans would postpone warming owing to our day to day emissions from cars and factories etc. by approximately two years. While this may not seem much ...
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  • Renewable energy auctions depleting clean energy prices?

    The program works through inviting bids in exchange for contracts for renewable energy developers. Inevitably the lowest bidders usually capture government backing. As a result developers are having their hands forced into offering the most efficient economy projects, as they are fully aware that only these schemes will progress.

    Only very recently IRENA published a report labeled Renewable Energy Auctions: a guide to design, that offers an in depth dissection of the largest thriving schemes throughout the world in an endeavour to inaugurate the finest practices for others ...
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  • Affordable electric heating

    Electric radiators are diverse in functionality and price, some are cheap to purchase initially however posses higher running costs, such as panel heaters. At My Electric Radiators we’re not here to sell you any gobbledegook, we pride ourselves on only supplying the most energy efficient electric heating systems that offer fractional running costs, it’s even possible to access running costs cheaper than gas central heating. Please do be careful in purchasing ‘cheap’ electric radiators for under £100 as these will almost certainly not posses the latest technology and programming facilities. While what may seem reasonable to buy at £60 will unquestionably cost you considerably mor ...
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  • How to heat my conservatory?

    We are now almost halfway through June 2015 and I think it’s fair to say that British summer has finally arrived. Although we have endured a brief spell of cold and unexpected hail only very recently. It’s the time of the year you really reap the rewards from your conservatory or lavish extensions. There certainly isn’t anything more glorious than enjoying a meal, glass of wine or even a pot of Yorkshire tea whilst watching the sun go down.

    Conservatories are absolutely wonderful during the summer perhaps even a tad to warm at midday, which cant be bad. Although in the winter they can be too forbidding during the colder months - the classic conservatory dilemma. Of course whe ...
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  • Worldwide Apollo scheme intends to construct clean energy more competitively priced than coal

    There is exciting news to combat climate change through an almost duplication race as it was with countries competing to place the first man on the moon. The program which launched a week ago now endeavours to funnel billions of us dollars into research and development which conceivably will provide renderable energy that all but needed commercial leap.

    The Program named Global Apollo seeks to introduce the price of clean electricity more economical than that of traditional coal fired poser plants right across the world within an estimated 10 year projection. The scheme proposes a £15 billion outlay on research annually, the blueprin ...
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