Assessing Domestic Heat Storage Requirements for Energy Flexibility Over Varying Timescales

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Allison, John; Bell, Keith; Clarke, Joe; Cowie, Andrew; Elsayed, Ahmed; Flett, Graeme; Oluleye, Gbemi; Hawkes, Adam; Hawker, Graeme; Kelly, Nick; Marinho de Castro, Maria Manuela; Sharpe, Tim; Shea, Andy; Strachan, Paul; Tuohy, Paul;

This paper explores the feasibility of storing heat in an encapsulated store to support thermal load shifting over three timescales: diurnal, weekly and seasonal. A building simulation tool was used to calculate the space heating and hot water demands for four common UK... View more
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