Monthly Archives: June 2018

HONE COP & KW Ratings

HONE COP & KW Ratings

  HONE is a unique technology in that it only uses Daylight as a fuel source. HONE is a technology developed in the 21st century (the current century). Although HONE makes electricity, what makes it unique is the ability to make very high temperature heating & cooling as well. There has been very few renewable […]

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Europe’s Best Energy Rated NZEB Home

Europe’s Best Energy Rated NZEB Home

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  This is Europe’s Best Government Certified Energy NZEB Rated Home. It is located in Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Energy consumption kWhr/m2/year = (minus) – 159.56. CO2 Emissions kgCO2/m2/year      = (minus)   – 28.45. This original E1 Energy Rated house has been upgraded with a HONE Heat, Power & Drive System and displaces the […]

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HONE versus Heat-Pumps

HONE versus Heat-Pumps

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  One of the great advantages of upgrading your home is that it can be planned accurately based on the technical data of your actual home. This can be done before you actually spend any money, and it exposes which upgrades can give you a poor return on your investment. This applies to either new build […]

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Levies on fossil fuels including petrol, diesel, home heating oil and briquettes will ramp-up over the coming years

Levies on fossil fuels including petrol, diesel, home heating oil and briquettes will ramp-up over the coming years

Leo Varadkar, the Irish Prime Minister announced profound changes to fossil fuels. Levies on fossil fuels including petrol, diesel, home heating oil and briquettes will ramp-up over the coming years as part of “profound changes” in how we live our lives, he said. The Taoiseach also told a Project Ireland 2040 event on climate change, […]

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How to make all your own FREE energy with HONE

How to make all your own FREE energy with HONE

  With #Daylight fueled #energy #nanotechnology, the future is disconnected energy systems. #daylight is a 365 day of the year energy business unlike #solar which is a sunshine business. a) 4,200 kWhrs – the amount of energy an average home uses per year. b) 2,300 kWhrs – the amount of energy an EV will use […]

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Can we #dump the #electricity #GRID and #PETROL/ #DIESEL all at the same time in our homes and go completely energy and carbon free ?

Can we #dump the #electricity #GRID and #PETROL/ #DIESEL all at the same time in our homes and go completely energy and carbon free ?

Can we #dump the #electricity #GRID and #PETROL/ #DIESEL all at the same time in our homes and go completely energy and carbon free ?   Here is the #metered data for May for one house in the West of Ireland (with the lowest light levels anywhere in the world underpinning this location, i.e. if you […]

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A POWER CUT while watching the #Champions #League final #Real Madrid V #Liverpool….

A POWER CUT while watching the #Champions #League final #Real Madrid V #Liverpool….

  A POWER CUT while watching the #Champions #League final #Real Madrid V #Liverpool…. Was it a #Worzel Gummidge or #billgates type experience ?? Have a look…..  

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France looks to hydrogen to become 100% renewables

France looks to hydrogen to become 100% renewables

The French Environment & Energy Management Agency (ADEME) will allocate €100 million next year to support the nation’s hydrogen industry. The French government believes hydrogen – for storage of renewable power – can become a pillar of its energy transition. Minister of Environment, Nicolas Hulot, has a new strategy as he aims for France to […]

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The Scottish Government’s plan for zero carbon buildings by 2050

The Scottish Government’s plan for zero carbon buildings by 2050

Energy Efficient Scotland: Route Map What is it?   The Scottish Government’s plan for ensuring warmer, greener, more energy efficient homes by 2040. It aims for near zero carbon buildings wherever feasible by 2050.   What does it say?   The route map focuses on two main objectives: removing energy efficiency as a driver of […]

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Ireland faces ‘spiralling crisis’ over carbon emissions

Ireland faces ‘spiralling crisis’ over carbon emissions

Ireland is facing into a “spiralling crisis” due to its failure to deal with greenhouse gases in the State, which is compounded by an inadequate response to the devastation caused by global warming abroad, aid agency Trócaire has said. Read Kevin O’Sullivan’s full story in the Irish Times Here.  

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Ireland’s emissions reduction of 1pc well short of 20pc target

Ireland’s emissions reduction of 1pc well short of 20pc target

Ireland will achieve “at best” a 1pc reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020, well short of a 20pc legally-binding target, the Environmental Protection Agency says. Use of coal and peat for power generation, coupled with a rise in agriculture emissions as the dairy herd expands, and growing numbers of cars on the roads, means […]

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