Tag: infrared heating

“It heats up the house so quickly – the cold spots have completely gone.”

elemental contributor Peter Apps visited Clwyd Alyn housing association to find out the innovative way it is tackling energy efficiency in some of its homes.

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Industry calls on government to urgently widen its net zero technology focus

The government needs to urgently widen its technology focus, including other forms of direct electric heating alongside heat pumps, if it is to deliver the accelerate the take up of low carbon heating.

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Three good reasons why specifiers should consider infrared heating

Oliver Baker explains the benefits offered by a technology that doesn’t get as much publicity as heat pumps.

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New research into heating homes with infrared systems

Leeds Beckett University is leading a new project to investigate the benefits of using infrared heating systems in homes. The research will gather wider data on the effectiveness of different types of infrared heating, to produce recommendations for future infrared heating evaluation field trials. The project is led by Professor David Glew, Director of the […]

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Low-cost solutions to cut energy bills

John Johnson from iHelios explains how its heating and smart technology solutions can help businesses keep energy costs down. With what seems like ever-soaring energy prices, businesses across all sectors will have to look to review their cost base. Large consumers of energy are very focused on their energy costs, and not forward predicting their […]

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Wallpaper that heats homes among innovative projects trialled in Wales

A social housing development in Wales is being heated by wallpaper as part of a trial exploring affordable alternatives to radiators and heat pumps. The graphene heat system, which looks and feels just like traditional wallpaper, can be plugged into a domestic socket, and is packaged with solar panels and a smart battery, meaning it […]

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