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A few sites I've stumbled across recently....
Met Office making sure that this year they are not accused of making unannounced Xmas Eve changes to their "Decadal forecast":-
" Forecast issued December 2012. The forecast will be updated in January 2014."
Just to make sure they say it twice
Obviously the MO employee targets have changed as the reason given for last year's Xmas Eve posting was that it had to be done on that date in order for an individual to comply with agreed data release timescales.
I wonder how long the accompanying press release will be in January? Also will it be a "Decadal forecast" or another "5 year long Decadal forecast"? Will it take into account the MO Chief Scientist's concern about the PDO and not yet being out of the woods?
Not to mention the AMO, well not yet, maybe...
Jeez @philip B , you're right the entire BBC article seems to be a RenewableUKpress release about their event in Devon/Cornwall .. It's a disgrace that the sub-editor didn't make that clear in the title at the beginning
OT, but it did make me smile..LinkDec 11, 2013 at 2:17 PM | Registered Commenterjamesp
Dec 11, 2013 at 2:17 PM | Registered Commenterjamesp
Anyway, for no good reason earlier today I was thinking about this website, which some may like to use as an antidote...
Local industry to me, so can't be too rude about it. Impressive but pointless, perhaps...
mikeh Thanks anyway, always interesting to know exactly what these schemes will actually deliver.
I can't spell. Pls replace letter d in earlier comment with some other suitable letter!
Tim Yeo to challenge decision to de-select him.
All members of his condtituency party will be balloted.
OT, but it did make me smile..
SandyS; no idea on the return for such heat recovery schemes. I heard about it from clients when I used to work with the water industry. The general reaction then was that it could be looked at if there was funding for the investigation and grants for any installation. Any such kit would have to be very robust to withstand the cleaning regimes.I too looked at a domestic recovery system which was linked in to heat the hot water. It was Scandinavian and seemed to have a solid track record but it was expensive and introduced greater complexity. My reaction was that it might work for a new build.
Stewg; yes, such low-grade heat is long-gone by the time the sewage reaches the treatment works as they are usually a fair distance away.
stewgreen: That BBC news item is not even news. It was an event over a week ago in the SW and it got a thorough pasting in the local papers. Hugh F-W and his dramagreen troughing sister were roundly condemned.
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