CUTTING HEATING BILLS: Efficiency, Solar and Insulation

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26 April 2017 19:30 - 21:30
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Gordon will discuss how household boilers can be designed for high efficiency,  he will look at his measurements and data logging for real world heating conditions and actual boiler performance and efficiency. The talk will also cover house heat loss and solar gains followed by the effectiveness of insulation and how to reduce heat loss.

Note: Parking at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford Campus

After 4:30pm all car parks within the campus are available for free parking via a barrier which requires ticket collection on entry to be retained, in order to operate the barrier when leaving. The nearest car park is on the east side of the Queens building on Hoffmans Way but this is often full by 7:00 pm. A good alternative is the student village which has 84 spaces reached from Bishops Hall Lane and Ransomes Way. For those who are prepared for a short walk there is the Tindal Building car park with 63 spaces reached from Alan Cherry Drive. Avoid the Rivermead Gateshopper’s car park which is limited to one hour and is not part of the campus. All of these car parks are shown on the Chelmsford Campus map:

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Gordon Taylor – Energy Consultant Gordon is an independent consultant and researcher on climate and energy technology and policy.


Anglia Ruskin University - Room QUE 101 - Chelmsford
Bishop Hall Lane
United Kingdom

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