This blog will mostly run links and commentary on energy related matters. I’ll try and remember to tag them properly to make this a bit of a repository of information as well.
Your host, Evcricket, is a mechanical engineer and professional energy nerd. I wrote my engineering thesis on how to operate a small electrical network entirely from renewables; I worked in energy management in the water sector for two years, and as senior advisor to the Dept of Energy etc on technical energy matters for three years and now I’m a consultant.
This blog will assume a small amount of basic energy knowledge; what’s a kWh, volts amps, that sort of thing. If this is a bit much for you, and frankly I understand, there are a few posts on the old evcricket blog to get you started:
Questions and comments happily accepted. My goal is a discussion and some information; democracy works best when everyone understands the problem.
Lastly, I realise my editing is a bit slack at times. That might just be the cost of production. It seems that I either get these posts out quickly, or not at all.