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  • Contents include:CHP — powering the 1990s.  David Green MBE, Director, Combined Heat and PowerAssociationUK energy efficiency — a comparative review.  Michael G Brill, Chairman, National Energy Efficiency Association (NEEA)Go cogenerate! Fred Nash, Group Director, McLellan and Partners Ltd...

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  • Contents include:Revolution — the Ofgas way.  James McKinnon, Director General of Gas SupplyContract gas after the [Monopolies and Mergers Commission]  MMC Report.  lvan Whitting, HQ Director of Corporate Affairs, British Gas plcGas as a fuel source in CHP systems.  Peter Chester...

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  • R&D Management and Consulting relating to combustion, fuels, energy utilisation, energy efficiency and associated airborne emissions applied to Industrial Processes, Boilers, Power Generation, Residential Heating and Road Vehicles.

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  • ENER-G Combined Power works to reduce a building or site’s carbon footprint, energy consumption and costs using our efficient combined heat and power (CHP) systems from 4kW to 10MW.<br>As part of the ENER-G group we can provide a variety of sustainable and cost effective energy technologies an...

  • How do projections for energy scenarios for Australia compare with the more familiar pictures for the UK and Europe? Dr Mark Diesendorf argues that results of recent studies in Australia show that existing renewable energy resources are capable of substituting for coal-fired power stations, in spite...

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  • PB Power provides complete engineering and management services to the global power industry helping its clients obtain maximum benefits from expanding opportunities in power development

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