Podcast: Renewable Heat in the UK


Yes, it’s another “New Energy Chinwag!”

By John Massey & Charley Rattan
 
 
chinwag: noun. “a long and pleasant conversation between friends”
[example: “We had a good chinwag over a bottle of wine…”]
 
Informal but Informative – your guide to issues around the UK and global clean energy transition
 
In this episode…

In the week that the UK put into legislation its target to be “net zero” by 2050, we had a chat about the options for renewable heat. After all, without decarbonising heat, there is no chance of coming close to that target – heat in northern climates such as the UK is usually a much bigger energy user than is electricity. So can we decarbonise electricity and use that for heat, or should we be decarbonising the natural gas (methane) that currently provides most of the UK’s heat supply? We discuss the options and some of the practicalities around their deployments.

Enjoy… and feel free to get in touch with any comments or suggestions for our future discussions.
 

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