What's new in Knowledge
Welcome to the latest update from the Energy Institute (EI) Knowledge Service, your hub for energy information.
Get up to speed on topical issues with Energy Insights
Over the past few months we have added several new topics to our Energy Insights which provide a current outlook on what is happening in energy.
The latest Energy Insight, Energy efficiency policies and regulations in the UK looks at energy consumption in the UK and how, with increased energy efficiency and careful management, consumption has fallen by 10% since 2002 in spite of an increasing population.
Other recent topics covered in Energy Insights include:
Retail Marketing Survey
For the first time in its 47 year history, first published in Petroleum Review in 1971, our Retail Marketing Survey is now completely digital and available freely on our Road Fuels Collection on the Knowledge website.
The Library and its collections
The Library and its collections
Offering, as we do, quiet work space in Central London, we have welcomed many visitors to the library over the past months. Remember we have a huge collection of energy related material available both here in hard copy and, as we are only able to open during office hours, an even larger collection accessible through our eLibrary. For those involved in any research, this is an invaluable resource providing a vast collection of both journal and book material, much of it full-text, open 24 hours a day, every day, anywhere.
Recent additions to the eBook collection:
We add to this collection twice each year: in spring and autumn. What subjects or titles would you like to see added? Let us know!
Below are the latest additions to the eBook collection giving the eLibrary a total of 188 items; a full list can be found here.
Breeze, Paul A. Nuclear Power. Academic Press. 2017.
Reins, Leonie. Regulating Shale Gas: The Challenge of Coherent Environmental and Energy Regulation. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2017.
Dastbaz, M.-Arabnia, Hamid-Akhgar, Babak. Technology for Smart Futures. Springer. 2018.
Girtan, Mihaela. Future Solar Energy Devices. Springer. 2018.
Hughes, Sara, Chu, Eric K, Mason, Susan G. Climate Change in Cities: Innovations in Multi-Level Governance. Springer. 2018.
Paterson, John. Behind the Mask: Regulating Health and Safety in Britain's Offshore Oil and Gas Industry. Routledge. 2018.
Bischof-Niemz, Tobias, Creamer, Terence. South Africa’s Energy Transition: A Roadmap to a Decarbonised, Low-cost and Job-rich Future. Routledge. 2018.
Ok, Yŏng-sik-Tsang et al. Biochar From Biomass and Waste: Fundamentals and Applications. Elsevier. 2019
Kalyuzhnaya, Marina G.-Xing, Xin-Hui. Methane Biocatalysis: Paving the Way to Sustainability. Springer. 2018
Thune, Taran-Wicken, Olav-Engen, Ole Andreas. Petroleum Industry Transformations: Lessons From Norway and Beyond. Routledge. 2019.
Blackstock, Jason J.-Low, Sean. Geoengineering Our Climate?: Ethics, Politics, and Governance. Routledge. 2019.
Chandler, John A. P. Petroleum Resource Management: How Governments Manage Their Offshore Petroleum Resources. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2019.
Huppes, G. Strategic Designs for Climate Policy Instrumentation: Governance at the Crossroads. Routledge. 2019.
Madeddu, Claudio, Errico, Massimiliano, Baratti, Roberto. CO2 Capture by Reactive Absorption-Stripping: Modeling, Analysis and Design. Springer. 2019.
While we concentrate on our eLibrary collection to make library access open to all members irrespective or location or time, we have added a small number of hard copy items to the library since the last newsletter:
Glynn, Peter J ; Cadman, Timothy ; Tek Narayan Maraseni. Business, organized labour and climate policy: forging a role at the negotiating table. Edward Elgar Publishing. 2017.
Howell, David. Empires in collision: The green versus black struggle for our energy future. Gilgamesh Publishing. 2016.
Jadhav, Nilesh Y. Green and smart buildings: advanced technology options. Springer. 2016
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