Nicola Terry

Recent posts from my blog Energy Thoughts and Surprises

U3A Workshop handout

For those of you attending the U3A workshop on Thursday 7th April, you can download slides and the handout from the talks and workshops page.

Guides for living with solar panels, heat pumps, MVHR

These guides are for people who have renewable energy systems or low carbon heating already installed - they explain how to check they are working, what maintenance they need, what to do to get the best out of them. I also have a short presentation based on them that I have in November for CCF.

Monitoring equipment for a long term survey of household energy use

DECC have now published the report from some recent work for them, costing different options for a household energy use survey, lasting up to five years and covering thousands of homes. As well as the costing data, there is a discussion of different approaches, advantages and disadvantages, pitfalls and lessons learned from previous work. You can find the report on this page (the one called 'Costing Monitoring Equipment for a Longitudinal Energy Survey - Report')

Research on energy saving and low carbon heating in the countryside.

CPRE have published the research we did on energy saving in rural buildings, especially off the gas grid. The report is 'Warm and Green; Achieving affordable, low carbon energy while reducing the impacts on the countryside. See also my blog post Warm and Green.

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If it is my workshops you are interested in, you can download the slides from this page. You might also like to play a game to test your knowledge of energy use or carbon savings. If it is my boook Energy and carbon emissions: the way we live today that has brought you to my site, then you will find information and extra resources here.

If you are interested in the building work we have had on our house then here is a quick introduction and lots of pictures.

If you are interested in my Transition Cambridge activity you had better start with that website (which I support so if you find any hiccoughs or have any suggestions do let me know).