Wherstead: Microgen 2012 role for Green Energy EU infrared specialist
A LEADING specialist in infrared heating, who is based in Suffolk, has been invited to speak at one of the UK’s most prestigious renewable technology events.
Mike Howard, director of Green Energy EU, which is based at Wherstead, near Ipswich, will be addressing delegates at Microgen 2012, which takes place next week.
Green Energy EU is the only distributor of Redwell Infrared technology in the UK and the team’s expertise was recently sought by the Department of Energy and Climate Change in connection with the Government’s new “Green Deal”, which includes infrared technology.
Infrared heating is highly cost effective, being up to 70% more efficient than gas or heating oil alternatives.
Mr Howard will address delegates on the principles of the technology and how it can complement existing renewable systems such as in helping to use up all the energy generated by photovoltaic panels.
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He will also give an overview of the role of infrared in the Green Deal.
“Microgen 2012 is the place to be seen when it comes to renewable technology and we are delighted to have been given the opportunity to present to delegates,” he said.
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Microgen 2012 takes place on October 10 and 11 at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, as part of the annual NextGen conference.