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Posted By: tonyThe idea of decentralising energy is basically a good one
Posted By: djhPosted By: tonyThe idea of decentralising energy is basically a good oneWhy?
Posted By: SteamyTeaProbably end up with a huge nuclear installation sited in Westminster.
Posted By: tonyThe idea of decentralising energy is basically a good one but in itself it is not an answer to our problems.I would like to the emphasis on reducing demand rather than relying on the ideas of decentralisation as a be all and end all.
Posted By: tonybut CHP does not necessarily have to be decentralised all we have to do is to make use of the "wasted" heat from generation.
Posted By: renewablejohnPhysics are not against moving a hot mass
Posted By: SteamyTeaQuite hard to decentralise transport
Posted By: renewablejohnSo that I can make loads of money ????
Posted By: SteamyTeaPhysics of moving mass, hot or otherwise, is limited because a Joule, the unit of energy, is the force required to move 1 kg 1 metre.
Posted By: renewablejohnJust think how much better off the UK would be now if every gas fired power station built in the last decade was linked to a district heating system similar to Denmark.
Posted By: djhIt has nothing to do with moving mass at all
Posted By: SeretYou're always going to have slightly lower efficiency in decentralised energy use if you're talking thermal plants ST, no one is disputing that. That doesn't mean it isn't a better way to do things sometimes.
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