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The UK Research Council’s Energy Programme has announ-ced funding of £5.25m for a study of energy-efficient heating and cooling technologies.
The research will be carried out by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Storage, Transformation and Upgrading of Thermal Energy, which will be known as i-STUTE.
The University of Warwick will play a leading role in the project, working alongside London South Bank, Loughborough and Ulster universities.
i-STUTE director Professor Bob Critoph told H&V News the intention is to outline a strategy that will be easily understandable for consumers that will also “allow suppliers to make money”.
He stated that i-STUTE was already speaking to companies such as Dimplex, Emerson and all the major boiler manufacturers.