The Tech Herald

The Tech Herald Staff

Feb 6 2008, 17:28

The Tech Herald team are located in several different countries, though mainly based in the USA. Contributors are a mixture of full-time, part-time, freelance and volunteers.

Ulf Stabe - Administrator

James Wray - Editor-in-Chief

Rich bowden - Science Editor

Stevie Smith - Entertainment/Gadget Editor

Steve Ragan - Security Editor

Hector Cortez - Reporter

Dan Nasserian - Reporter

If you are interested in writing for the site then please feel free to drop us an e-mail.
 
Note: Positions are on a voluntary basis to begin with, unless otherwise advertised. However, most of our long-term staff are paid.

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Fire from Ice as Town Heats Itself from Chilly Fjord

Image by gfpeck, under CC license.
Drammen, around 40 miles from Oslo in Norway is using the local fjord to heat nearly all the homes and businesses of its 65,000 residents. The fjord’s water is at 8C, pretty chilly. However, using heat pump technology and a few innovations they have managed to create a system that saves them money and cuts down on carbon emissions. Heat Pumps are not new, but the ones we’ve seen have all been air to ground or more common examples are your freezer or air conditioning. They absorb heat from a cold space and release it to a warmer one. It all came about because the city’s heating company realised the water temperature […]

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