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Making the most of renewable energy systems (DG 531)

Making the most of renewable energy systems (DG 531)

by John Holden (30-Jun-2014)

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Book Description

This BRE Digest describes the most popular renewable energy technologies included in the Microgeneration Certification Scheme. An overview of the safety, performance and reliability considerations for each technology is provided together with eligibility criteria for applicable financial incentives. This publication will be helpful to anyone considering or who is responsible for small-scale renewable energy systems serving either domestic or non-domestic buildings including architects, specifiers, landlords, home and business owners. A number of references are also provided to facilitate a more detailed review of specific technologies where required.

Contents
Introduction
Performance
Reliability
Feed-in Tariffs
Solar thermal collectors
Renewable Heat Incentive
BiomassSmall and micro wind turbines
The Microgeneration Certification Scheme 

Readership
Architects, specifiers, landlords, home and business owners

Features and benefits
Provides information on the most popular renewable energy technologies included in the Microgeneration Certification Scheme 

A4, 12pp, 4 photos, 1 drawing

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