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Director, Applied Energy Ltd

I am not an electricity expert. My expertise is in the fields of thermal energy usage within buildings and industries, and thermal energy recycling from wastewater. I am a director of Applied...

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  • Sep 19, 2022

Whilst this energy efficiency crisis my not yet be a discussion point in North America, it is relevant to show the harmony between times of day when buildings are in use and the heating / cooling capacity available within wastewater networks to supply the heating / cooling needs of the buildings. Why? This directly affects the ability of cities to decarbonise by switching away from fossil fuels for heating and also manage peak afternoon electrical network loads (in warmer climates).

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