Showcasing its range of renewable energy products, woodburning stoves and ultra-efficient Rayburn A-rated central heating range cookers, the AGA Rayburn Home Energy Management Centre is the first of its kind in the UK. The AGA Rayburn Home Energy Management Centre has an experienced and expert team to demonstrate the range of innovative products and components which enable homeowners to make better use of renewable energy and help them to use the minimum amount of fossil fuel when running their homes. Customers are able to walk around the full size display and see how the various components can be connected together as well as being able to ask technical or specification questions. The Rayburn Heatranger KCD has the largest rectangular cast-iron hot plate on the market, two large ovens and the condensing boiler powers up to 20 radiators, as well as delivering copious amounts of domestic hot water. Its size belies its excellent efficiency and it gives homeowners a range cooker which produces wonderful tasting food, control over their fuel bills and plenty of hot water. Plus it works with a diverse range of systems — solar, boilers, central heating range cookers, heat pumps, underfloor heating, radiators and woodburning stoves.
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AGA owners will now be able to benefit from solar electric and solar hot water as part of a new home energy management product range. AGA is adopting the use of solar technology to provide either electricity or hot water in its customers homes, which the company claims is one of the fastest growing areas of home improvement. Once selected the company has kept us fully informed of procedures both by phone and email, as I type they are here doing the installation.
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AGA RAYBURN LAUNCHES HOME ENERGY MANAGEMENT CENTRE
Taking centre stage will be the award-winning Eco-Connect system which makes the problem of integrating heating systems with renewables, like woodburning stoves and solar panels, a whole lot easier. AGA Rayburn will also be showing off its new solar electric and solar hot water systems. They will be joined on the stand by the Fusion — an ultra-efficient wood pellet stove. The AGA Rayburn Home Energy Management experienced and expert team will be on hand to explain the range of innovative products and components which enable homeowners make better use of renewable energy and help them to use the minimum amount of fossil fuel when running their homes.
A home with an Aga cooker can use less energy than one without
G eorge Monbiot's class war attack on the thousands of Aga owners across the country is a period piece This is indeed a class war, and the campaign against the Aga starts here, 13 January. He said that it would be "stupid to claim that environmentalism is never informed by class" and implies Agas are only for the middle classes and have a much higher fuel consumption than patio heaters. This view is as outdated as the notion that only the poor live close to factories and opencast mining, as he goes on to claim. The world has moved on and so have we. His comments caricature the Aga of over a generation ago and overlook the many skilled workers at two factories in England who benefit from Aga production and its associated brands.
AGA goes solar
Samushakar As a result an Aga or Rayburn home can use less energy per month than a comparable home. Connecting traditional energy sources with the latest renewables technology can be problematic, but here at Rayburn, we have the answer — with the Eco-Connect. Once completed, he expects this to sufficiently produce enough DHW for the property without needing the oil boiler at all. Agas last indefinitely bome can themselves be recycled.