Nathan is a leading lecturer and assessor in the heating and plumbing sectors with a distinguished family history in the HVAC industry. He often quotes “Water (with a specific heat capacity of 4.186) is the most energy-intensive common substance to heat up. Therefore, we owe it to the environment to get it right.”
Nathan started teaching in 2006 and is involved in a venture with Rated People to help educate consumers on how to recognise good practice. Eventually, Nathan wishes to use data and technology to create better, continuous learning systems and believes technology and AI will engender more accountability within the lucrative but overcrowded plumbing and heating market.
He’s a big solar thermal advocate and wants more people to know that thermal tubes are different to PV and produce free energy.
A prominent thought-leader and influencer within his industry, Nathan is known as @betateach on Twitter.
Brighton April 3 2019