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Author Topic: Rayburn, WBS, solar thermal in Italy  (Read 1725 times)
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« on: June 28, 2009, 07:25:46 PM »

Hi all,

Help, advice and links needed re: integrated installation in renovation project in Tuscany (between Pisa and Florence) preferably by someone that has done similar in Italy.

Initial questions, having searched the forum, concern local regulation traps, local plumbing conventions, accessibility of grants, etc (and advisability/necessity of entering that bureaucracy), planning regs, and other legalistic pitfalls. Note water supply is pumped from well only grid connection is electricity.

Any informed opinions about exporting design, plumbing conventions and labour from here (UK) vs exporting just the main components form here then using local (expat?) labour vs trying to negotiate whole deal locally.

Detail specification and system design can come once these basics are established.

Thanks in advance.

Mick.

P.S. Ive duplicated this in biomass and solar thermal - suggest all replies put in one place - solar thermal at - http://www.navitron.org.uk/forum/index.php/topic,7941.msg82884.html#msg82884.  
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