Heat Metering and The Renewable Heat Incentive


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28/09/2012 11:0

The discussion will cover the use of heat meters in relation to the RHI. It will examine the fundamentals of how heat meters work, how they should be applied in the installation and what supplementary certification should be available with them for RHI purposes. There will also be a section on remote reading of heat meters. Anyone involved with heat energy generation, related to the RHI should attend. It will offer delegates a chance to understand how heatmeters can not only offer accurate energy measurement, but also a lot more information, that can help to save money and time.

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