BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast

Renewable Heating - Heat Policy and Regulation

February 04, 2020 Nathan Gambling BetaTeach Season 2 Episode 5
BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast
Renewable Heating - Heat Policy and Regulation
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BetaTalk - The Renewable Energy and Low Carbon Heating Podcast
Renewable Heating - Heat Policy and Regulation
Feb 04, 2020 Season 2 Episode 5
Nathan Gambling BetaTeach

Energy and sustainable policy is the topic of this episode. Nathan travels to meet with Richard Lowes, a wonderful gentleman well known in area of heat policy within the UK. Richard has worked on policy regarding the future of the gas grid and started a PhD in 2014 which looked at the development of policy within the heating industry: how it started and how different interests lobby. A main question being asked by academics is: " do industries in the market help drive change or hinder it?"

Not only was it interesting to discuss Policy with Richard we also Ken Bone and I also discussed his new heat pump install, which is a NIBE air source installed under the Nu - Heat umbrella MCS scheme. Richard is Cleary happy with it but discusses with us how he felt "to many cooks can spoil the broth" You can listen to discover what he means.

You can also hear Ken discuss weather compensation curves and low temperature heating. 

There's also discussion about the risks manufactures pose to industry.

Show Notes

Energy and sustainable policy is the topic of this episode. Nathan travels to meet with Richard Lowes, a wonderful gentleman well known in area of heat policy within the UK. Richard has worked on policy regarding the future of the gas grid and started a PhD in 2014 which looked at the development of policy within the heating industry: how it started and how different interests lobby. A main question being asked by academics is: " do industries in the market help drive change or hinder it?"

Not only was it interesting to discuss Policy with Richard we also Ken Bone and I also discussed his new heat pump install, which is a NIBE air source installed under the Nu - Heat umbrella MCS scheme. Richard is Cleary happy with it but discusses with us how he felt "to many cooks can spoil the broth" You can listen to discover what he means.

You can also hear Ken discuss weather compensation curves and low temperature heating. 

There's also discussion about the risks manufactures pose to industry.