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IMPROVED HEAT UNIT WITH ERP COMPLIANT MODULATING SPACE HEATING PUMP n enhanced


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interface unit (HIU) has been launched by


Bosch Commercial and Industrial. The new addition provides


domestic hot water and space heating to properties that are serviced from district heating or central boiler plants. The new HIU features a series of improved benefits such as an ErP compliantmodulating space heating


ATUNITWITHERPCOMPLIANTMODULA pump, and internal systemfilters on


district, central heating and hot water circuits. The unit can also be supplied with an optional heatmetre. The new updatemeans the


manufacturer can supply four HIU models with flow rates ranging from 14 litres/min to 21 litres/min.


Additional accessories can be included with eachmodel, with the highest outputmodel available with summer by-pass, a Differential Pressure


Control Valve (DPCV) and a premium LATINGSPA AT glass outer case as standard.


A keyless filling link is also fitted as standard on all new HIUmodels and is connected fromthe district/primary side to the heating side so that treated water enters the system. “What’smore, the HIU is fully


insulated with EPP insulation on the front and rear of the appliance, significantly reducing heat loss and minimising systemnoise compared with non-insulated HIUs.


ShaunMansbrid ge, Business PAC ACEHEAT EA centralised plant


heating and appli said: “The HIU is


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domestic hot water and heating. “The advanced HIU is now10 bar district pressure compatible (in-direct) which is a significant improvement. It’s multiple optionsmake it a flexible product that can be tailored to the requirements of different district heating networks and boiler plants.” www.bosch-in dustrial.co.u k


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focus on building management systems looks at the impact of the IoT on the future of automated energy efficiency. Our cover story special focuses on occupancy detection with the latest PAPIR sensors on p12. Energy storage is presenting a way forward for the future on p16 whilst a look at the impact of inefficient coal-powered streetlights are having on the UK features on p18. A focus on energy analytic software is explored on p20, whilst a spotlight on the potential impacts of Brexit on the energy sector features on p23. MichelleWinny


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LED Eco Lights has announced that its Bright Goods LED filament lamps have been installed


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Goods linear LED filament lamps: Catherine, a 6Wsepia tinted GLS, Jane, a 6Wsepia tinted pear shape and Elizabeth, a 3Wclear candle. Theywere installed throughout the premises in the restaurant, bar,wine attic, hallway,WC’s and outside dining area. Each lamp has a 100Lm/Wefficiency.


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‘‘INTELLIGENT ENERGY SYSTEM DEMONSTRATOR FACILITY OPENS DOORS to innovate, develop and demonstrate


STEMDEMONSTRATO FAC TY facility is spread across three floors


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Examples of technologies that may be tested and developed include: • New types of photovoltaic solar cells • Innovative electrical energy storage solutions


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• Developments in low power motor drives


The creation of the ‘Intelligent


Energy System Demonstrator (IESD)’ facility, located on Thornton Science Park, has finished ahead of schedule. It involved the complete gutting and refurbishment of an existing building on site, successfully conducted by Willmott Dixon. The facility, which has now been named ‘The Energy Centre at Thornton’, provides a flexible space where industry and academia are able to come together


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• Advanced software to control and manage multiple renewable energy sources connected to the same power network


• New thermal systems based on stored and pumped heat The Energy


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• Four industrial test bays with 7m ceilings, with a concrete/resin floor and roller shutters – enabling access for large units and equipment


• A suite of equipment, including an intelligent multi vector micro grid (multiple energy sources and storage units connected to the same local power grid).


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from the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP), who contributed £6.8m from the Local Growth Fund awarded as part of the LEP’s Growth Deal. The new


• Purpose built industrial space, to build, develop, evaluate and showcase new and innovative energy technologies


• Board room, with video- conferencing facilities


• Coffee shop, with glass frontage, overlooking test bays. • First floor:


ACILITYOPENSDOORS • High quality office and lab space.


• Second floor:


• Office space – opportunity for national headquarters and future expansion.


• Roof and plant room:


• Opportunity for plant/technology installation eg. solar monitoring and testing.


Professor Joe Howe, Executive Director and Professor of the


Thornton Energy Research Institute said: “The Energy Centre will


promote growth and acceleration in the development and exploitation of technologies for t and is a flagship i


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Enterprise Zone, of which Thornton is a designated site. www.chester.ac.uk


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