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Tom Langdon-Davies
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Author of theintelligentplug.com , how to save billions, close power stations and facilitate renewable energy, and thechairmansrole.com , professional board director and chairman.
Author of theintelligentplug.com , how to save billions, close power stations and facilitate renewable energy, and thechairmansrole.com , professional board director and chairman.

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Having the time of your life!
Having the time of your life!
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-and they offer Warm Homes Discount!
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It's Hot in Arizona!
SaltRiver Project , or SRP as it is now more commonly known, is an innovative
electricity supplier in Arizona USA. They have a wide range of tariffs,
including a time of use tariff which has at its most extreme, a factor of three
difference between peak and...
It's Hot in Arizona!
It's Hot in Arizona!
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Centrica - British Gas - and Combined Heat and Power
Centrica (British gas to most of us) is going on the offensive with CHP. It makes sense: Their business is selling gas The most efficient way to use gas is to produce both heat and electricity New gas fired power stations are decreasingly attractive to them...
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The Web we Weave
Bridget Woodman of Exeter Energy Policy Group and Laura Sandys of Challenging Ideas  put forward the spider chart above to demonstrate how the electricity industry is (dis)organised. What if consumers could operate in a transparent and market-oriented model...
The Web we Weave
The Web we Weave
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Modest Peak Consumption decline mirrored by Capacity decline - can we do more?
Electricity data from BEIS After an inexorable rise over most of the 20th Century, peak electricity demand in UK peaked in around 2002 at just over 60GW, plateaued until 2011, and since then has at last started to fall. This year it will be around 50GW, bac...
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Is Small Nuclear Beautiful?
Some say that the reason nuclear is so expensive is that we have gone way beyond the optimum size for cost, and we should be aiming at much smaller reactors - say 50 MW. These can be built, transported and housed in much cheaper ways, using existing technol...
Is Small Nuclear Beautiful?
Is Small Nuclear Beautiful?
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