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First residential roof-top wind turbines

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The published benefits of domestic wind turbines vary enormously. Taking a very rough average, each one saves about five tonnes of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere each year, and produces a saving on domestic fuel bills of about £3,000 p.a.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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First residential roof-top wind turbines

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First residential roof-top wind turbines

Tollard House, the first residential roof top wind turbines installed in the ...

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Phineas Pett

Phineas Pett

Shipwright. Born at Deptford Strond (a parish in Deptford). First resident Commissioner of Chatham Dockyard, he designed and built several ships including the 'Prince Royal' which he built in 1610....

Person, Engineering, Transport

1 memorial
William Glanville

William Glanville

Engineering research. FRS.  Born 75 Kempe Road, Willesden.  Carried out research on concrete at first the Building Research Station and then the Road Research Laboratory.  During WW2 he was scienti...

Person, Engineering, Science

1 memorial
K. P. Harman

K. P. Harman

Camden Borough engineer & surveyor in 1969. Initials after his name: "B.Sc. (Eng.) F.I.C.E., F.I.Mun.E.". From the information given by Dugald Gonsal which is shown on our Memorial entry for t...

Person, Armed Forces, Engineering

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