On 28th Jan we gave a presentation on heat batteries to Reading U3A’s Science and Technology group.
Heat battery technology has the potential to transform the way we heat our buildings and our hot water supply. Batteries decouple the time at which heat is needed from the time at which it is generated. They are more compact and efficient than hot water tanks.
Heat batteries can store energy from any kind of source, such as a heat pump, a biomass boiler, solar panels or cheap-rate grid electricity, and save it until we want hot water in the mornings and warm rooms at night.
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