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What is a thermal heat store used for?

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A thermal heat store is a form of renewable heating technology that is used for the storage of excess heat. They can be used alongside a sole renewable heating system or a combination of renewable technologies, and can also be utilised in cohesion with a standard boiler or immersion heater.

Essentially, thermal heat stores hold on to surplus renewable heat until it is required, so properties never find themselves short of necessary power at a time of need. This is one of the reasons thermal heat stores are a popular commercial solution, with residential spaces tending to rely on more traditional heating devices such as designer radiators drawing from boilers and the like.

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