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Posted By: WillInAberdeenI always thought this idea had legs
Posted By: SteamyTeaPosted By: WillInAberdeenI always thought this idea had legsI like that idea too, just too costly at the moment.
Posted By: JoinerYou can process the stuff in a building behind one of your barns, or at the top of your orchard if you're that lucky.
Posted By: JoinerProblem is, if you take that kind of thinking to its logical conclusion (as an economist would) there is no point working to develop the technology further.
Posted By: SteamyTeaPosted By: JoinerYou can process the stuff in a building behind one of your barns, or at the top of your orchard if you're that lucky.That's the dream.Takes a lot of energy to make it though, may be better to just use that energy directly.Some things do not scale well, energy production is one of them.Find me an RE system that can supply 4.5 MWh.y^-1 from a land area of 60 m^2 and still have a usable house on it, and costs less than £500/year and I may consider it.This is the problem with RE, it is a very diffused energy source, why using less is the important bit.
Posted By: SteamyTeaAnd that is the problem, my domestic energy bill is just that, way too cheap. What would yours cost and fit on my plot?
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