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THERMThermometer
THERMThermal Measurement System
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Chris tells us more about his role at Low Therm, why he's passionate about building sustainably, and why 'going green' is no longer a choice but a necessity for anyone involved in construction: "I joined Low Therm in 1999 with a remit to focus on what was then a very slowly emerging market in terms of low-energy building.
finally, the heating energy generated by the co-generation plant and by the Therm liner system will be transported to the heating plant.
Gas for delivery during the first quarter of next year - one of the benchmark industrial prices - was trading at 80p a therm today.
This is above the record highs seen in June this year, when wholesale gas prices passed the pounds 1 a therm mark on the back of rising oil prices, and around double the price this time last year.
The price of gas for delivery during the first three months of next year reached 100.93p a therm on the commodity markets, a rise of 5% compared to Friday's close.
This is more than double the cost of a year ago - and the first time a forward contract has breached the pounds 1 a therm mark in the summer, when historically supplies are cheaper.
Optek announced its Opto Therm OCB201 Series substrate that uses copper and aluminum layers 0.0042" and 0.062", respectively, with a dielectric of 0.004" thick and a breakdown of 4 kV DC.
The company cut tariffs last spring, but hopes of further reductions faded after wholesale gas costs resumed an upward path, with this week's market price of 48p a therm up from 33p a therm in February.
Natural gas customers served by Northern Utilities--those living from Salem to Portsmouth and Rochester--can expect to pay $1.048 per therm for their heating fuel, or $977 for the season.
Rather than ravaging the interior of his house to install new insulation, McBryde decided to try a product he had heard about called Super Therm. The patented insulating coating, about as thick as a business card, is applied to the exterior of a structure like a coat of paint.
Contact: Therm a CELL, 1-8-NO-SKEETERS, www.thermacell.com.