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Domestic Solar Power Installations

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  • UserWarren Pope, Energy Consultant
  • ClockThursday 20 October 2022, 18:30-20:00
  • HouseCUED. LR0.

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Last season, Warren Pope, gave a very popular talk on Heat Pumps. He returns and aims to describe what a basic residential PV system can look like and identify the main components. Grid-Connected vs standalone systems will be considered with a look at the types of battery storage systems available. Warren will run through the effectiveness of different orientations and roof angles, as well as the geographical location of the property. He will also look at new technology and alternatives to the traditional roof layout including a review of new PV product and combined PV & Solar thermal systems.

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Warren Pope is an ESOS Lead Assessor for buildings, processes and transport with extensive experience in the built environment working for a number of organisations on energy efficiency and sustainability. This includes technology consultancy in the field of energy management, the selection of renewable technology, retrofit management.

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