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Old 12-17-2013, 05:54 AM
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Solar Thermal: Deep Blue NRG Group



Solar thermal systems pose some of the most promising renewable alternatives to traditional natural gas and electrical fuel sources. For residential applications, these systems are capable of providing 100% of the domestic hot water load, with excess energy routed to pool heating or space heating applications. Typically, these systems are used to offset between 50-90% of the incumbent water heating fuel source, depending on your latitude. The result is a super-efficient water heating system. For example, your incumbent 65%-efficient water heater, supplemented with a solar thermal system that provides a mere 60% of the load offset, would suddenly become over 150% efficient.

There are a number of government programs for this technology that make it a viable renewable energy source in a number of jurisdictions. Unfortunately, unlike its more popular cousin, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal technology has not received the recognition it deserves.

Solar thermal remains a nascent market with tremendous upside potential for residential, commercial and utility-based energy efficiency programs.

Deep Blue NRG staff can assist you with your water heating project, from building permitting support, to system certification, to contractor training. Deep Blue NRG has the experience in deploying solar thermal programs throughout North America and can be a valued partner in unlocking this technology’s full potential.
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Old 01-25-2014, 01:00 AM
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Families are facing record energy bills averaging £1,264 this year – even after the Government’s promised £50 cut. You can ease the pain of rising energy costs by signing up to a fixed tariff, but there are also some clever gadgets available that can save you money.
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Old 01-25-2014, 01:58 AM
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THE installation of a biomass boiler to create heating from linseed bales at a Gloucestershire farm is proving much cheaper to run than the farm’s previous oil-fired system. Geoff Ashcroft reports.
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Old 01-25-2014, 02:00 AM
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You know I built my first thermal solar panel when I was 16, 30 years ago, and this is quite possibly the most backwards system I have ever seen. Let's do a little energy accounting shall we, solar panels at 14% efficiency which then transitions to resistance heating at near 100% so with I2R losses let's say 12%.

I used dark olive painted aluminum under thermopane glass (4' x 8') with the 2 panels thermostatically controlled. These panels were about $100 a piece running at near six to seven times the efficiency as your system. Now we could even throw in a temp controlled air to water heat exchanger to heat water at max temp and at a lower temp heat our house and still come in at less than 1/4 the price of the system proposed here. I still use thermal solar heating under lexan skins using a variable speed fan with a 90% turn down ratio.

The fact is electrical energy is the highest form of energy and heat is the lowest form. So why would we transform the highest form of energy into the lowest form when we could send it out to the grid where it could be better utilized?. No engineer in his right mind would build this kind of system in my opinion because we have abundant sources of cheap low grade heat for domestic heating purposes.

I think this system was designed by someone who doesn't understand the concept of energy.

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Old 01-25-2014, 04:44 AM
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Pluvinergy

Has anyone looked at Pluvinergy?
A Naturally Balanced Ecologic Solution
Looks kinda interesting.
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Old 01-25-2014, 07:21 AM
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You know that your boiler is a major energy user, and you may have concerns about its efficiency. But if boilers are the right size and type for their operations, some owners are reluctant to replace them. The efficiency problem may not be the boiler itself, but the burner. Owners are discovering that they can make major improvements in operating efficiency by installing a replacement burner, with improved turndown, higher combustion efficiency, lower emissions, and precise control capability.
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Old 01-25-2014, 07:48 AM
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Independence Power and Light unveiled its plan Saturday to move from coal to a more diversified power supply due to EPA regulations and the age of its two coal plants.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:56 AM
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Discussions about international climate agreements and carbon taxes are at the center of the climate policy debate, but remain completely out of reach. Meanwhile, smaller scale incremental changes continue throughout the United States. Last week, we saw examples of two such changes reported in the New York Times. The first was a voluntary agreement to reduce energy waste in cable TV boxes. The second was an effort in California to utilize existing battery technology to store solar energy.
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:25 AM
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nice share bro.......!

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+1 that this does not add up energy wise...
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