Pretty dam good week compared to what we have had to endure over the past year,, it seems that we are beginning to hot up on the speculation front,, can October come quick enough ,, ???,, had a look at the last clip of Dl at the investors presentation,, don't you just love the way he brings this across,, its all positive,, loads of upside and were just waiting for the utility to be named,, that will blow this to bits,, lets all hope it not all yawn, yawn,, not too sure where this boiler is supposed to be heading,, I thought it was to be marketed on a commercial front but some of you guys have been posting domestic,, ,, interesting month ahead,,
Another leni multibagger on the cards, could well see pr up turn on the lead to trials in October. A cheap buy in at present. Low volume an this moves quick mm,s have taken stock from those that wernt patient gl all.
From Wicki - "In a traditional power plant delivering electricity to consumers, about 30% of the heat content of the primary heat energy source, such as biomass, coal, solar thermal, natural gas, petroleum or uranium, reaches the consumer, although the efficiency can be 20% for very old plants and 45% for newer gas plants. In contrast, a CHP system converts 15%–42% of the primary heat to electricity, and most of the remaining heat is captured for hot water or space heating. In total, as much as 90% of the heat from the primary energy source goes to useful purposes when heat production does not exceed the demand."
Can you imagine if everyone had an mCHP boiler that was connected and centrally controlled; in a similar way as the "internet" runs, you would save approx 50% nationally or globally ! The question is do governments etc. have the will to do such a thing ?
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