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You can compensate for the smaller size radiator by getting the ones with the fins.
It takes around 3 hours to have an effect on the room as it stands and then the boiler keeps firing on and off all night. I can see the heat demand on evohome. Whereas any double convector in the kitchen. (Solid concrete floor, granite worktops and two exterior facing walls heats up the room in 20 minutes.
Im hoping it will liberate more heat into the lounge quickly and drop the return temperature to the boiler better.
People that thought they had fixed LPG deals this past year soon found there were no such thing.
My usage this year has been 1,200 kWh leccy and 3,100 kWh of gas, the electric I'll use about 150 kwh's less next year as I have a smaller newer TV now, but like you can't pull back on usage much more, the FF usage accounts for a third of that.
4 year's ago I used twice the amount electricity and 3 times the amount of gas and and me DD was £55 a month, no it's £80 sigh.
On another note between you and I, we pumped 3.6 tonnes of Co2 into the atmosphere just for heating and powering out homes.
I wish you all the best in your challenge but to go from 27k to under 5k is a big push.
Remember you have 2 fuel's (well 3 in your case) both with high usages. I'd try and get that electric down below 4,000kwh for the year, unless you have a EV.
2.72kWp PV facing SSW installed Jan 2012. 11 x 247w panels, 2.5kw inverter. 29MWh generated, long-term average 2.6 Os.