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Knukes
@knukes
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Joined: Nov 15, 2022
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Topics: 3 / Replies: 48
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

Something worth mentioning is that some turbines come under permitted development so don’t need planning permission as long as these conditions are me...

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

@transparent Yes, was definitely a professional install using a company called SWTCo Ltd who are specialists in installing and repairing wind turbines...

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

@toodles I knew exactly what I was buying and did my research.

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

@editor It was expensive. It cost around £4k for planning fees and consultants, £38k for the turbine (including concrete, cabling, inverter etc) an...

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

@editor This is very true. I looked at all sorts of new and different technologies. But the best option by far (and typically only one available) w...

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines, planning applications and implementation

We’ve had our SD6 turbine for six weeks now. Typically, the first couple of weeks were unusually placid so did not generate a huge amount of energy...

2 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines and planning

@misterb Thank you. As the installers are all on board with the batteries, I’m going to stick with the Sunsynk ones. Due to the layout of our house an...

7 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines and planning

@chickenbig Thanks for the tip, but I’m happy to go with the Sunsynk batteries as I know they will work with the inverter and give us flexibility. We ...

7 months ago
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RE: Wind turbines and planning

I thought I’d give an update on where we now are with this. Planning took an age, partly as it was a huge learning curve for the officials at the c...

7 months ago
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RE: AI Heating Controls & IoT

@cathoderay You’d be surprised at how often machine learning is now being used in real life. Sectors including manufacturing, healthcare, financial se...

1 year ago
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RE: AI Heating Controls & IoT

@heacol That sounds fascinating and best of luck with it. Have you approached any of the manufacturers for funding?

1 year ago
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RE: Say hello and introduce yourself

@sapper117 I completely agree with you on that. It seems like us, you have switched from LPG to an ASHP and it really makes sense. For those switch...

1 year ago
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