Info!
The EI library in London is temporarily closed, as a precautionary measure in light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The Knowledge Service will still be answering email queries via info@energyinst.org, and is available for live chats on this page during working hours (09:15-17:00 GMT). Our e-library is always open for members here: https://knowledge.energyinst.org/services/elibrary, for full-text access to over 200 e-books and millions of articles. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Refine by:

Date

Subjects

Availability

Content type

Clear Filters

Search Results

Results:1 - 10 of 1318

Sort by:
    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • Rail electrification is one part of a strategy that should also include energy management for stations and offices – suggests Peter Selway.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • As concerns about climate change have risen up the policy agenda, interest in hydrogen has grown. In particular, the UK is exploring the potential of using hydrogen to decarbonise heating and the EI has published a guide for users. Daniel de Wijze reports.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • COVID-19 has added a new set of challenges to grid management. Anja Langer Jacquin suggests that investment in digital information technologies will help.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • Distributed generation units tend to be connected to networks at the distribution system level. Nerea Martinez Hipolito looks at the trend for growth.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • Decarbonisation of heating for buildings will no doubt make use of several different low-carbon technologies. Here, Mitsubishi Electric’s Max Halliwell makes the case for air source heat pumps.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • It sounds like the stuff of science fiction. At one atom thick, graphene is the first two-dimensional material ever discovered – and it appears to have significant real-world applications in batteries and solar cells. Sarah Gibbons reports.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • As renewable energy expands across the UK, greater coordination is needed between the electricity system operator and distribution networks. Dr Rita Shaw, CEng MEI explains how a new reactive power market could help.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • New models for renewable energy procurement are opening up a world of opportunity for firms that had previously been left out of such agreements. Andrew Williams assesses the growing importance of these ‘virtual’ deals.

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  • It used to be simple – gas-fired power generation has significantly lower carbon emissions than coal. But the fossil fuel may now be more a more expensive option than power from renewables. And new gas-fired power stations may become ‘stranded assets’. What will become of natural gas in the post-pan...

    • Availability: In the library|Online
    • Record type: Article

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. Next