One of the big inefficiencies in most home heating systems comes from the natural tendency of warm air to rise, which leads to hot ceilings and cool floors and frequent on-and-off cycling of the systems. So why not ensure that the hot air that goes up gets recirculated downwards once again? Looks like an obvious […]Read More →
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Most discussions and news when it comes to renewable energy is about renewable power – from solar, wind, biomass etc. Some of these, solar especially, could indeed reach a tipping point in terms of adoption worldwide. But there is an elephant in the room that few notice. There is another domain where I can see […]Read More →