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  • Energy networks – electricity, natural gas, heat, even hydrogen pipelines – connect sources to users. Four articles on networks make up the first main theme of this issue – looking at the development of network technologies and the architecture required to meet evolving generation and energy user pa...

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  • We're using the term ‘urban energy’ to describe the main focus of this month’s issue – to cover the production of and use of energy within towns and cities through decentralised power (and heat) generation and district energy systems, following last month’s emphasis on local renewables.So, starting ...

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  • Pinsent Masons LLP is an international full service commercial law firm. We have one of the UK's largest dedicated teams of energy lawyers, with our expertise spanning the entire energy spectrum, including the traditional areas of upstream and downstream oil and gas, power generation, nuclear, energ...

  • It does seem ridiculous, given falling supplies of UK-sourced coal, oil and gas, to watch large electricity generating stations continue to discard half or two thirds of their fuel input energy to the environment as ‘waste’ heat. Indeed, the heat lost at power stations (and, to a lesser extent in el...

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  • Giant chemicals and energy company BASF held a ‘dialogue on energy management’ with journalists last October in Germany. The main subject was the company’s extensive use of CHP to fuel its major manufacturing plant at Ludwigshafen. The company also gave a presentation on its encapsulation technology...

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  • As if rapidly rising energy prices were not enough, industrial energy users now also have to manage their carbon emissions. Here, Mike Sewell Energy Services Director of Dalkia, considers the benefits of using an outsourced energy management company to deliver an integrated approach to energy, carbo...

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  • The Pontypridd and Rhondda NHS Trust has installed a range of energy efficiency technology, including CHP, biomass boilers and a huge building energy management system, into its hospitals under its now-named carbon management programme. Anthony Hayward reports.

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  • The Energy Institute brings together individuals and organisations across the energy sectors of industry, academia and government.  Topics covered range from upstream and downstream oil, gas and other primary fuels and renewables, through power generation, transmission and distribution, to sust...

  • A method for economic assessment of hydrogen resources is developed by analogy with heat recovery. The effectiveness of hydrogen use is related to the cost of hydrogen recovery and the value added in hydrogen-consuming processes. Costs of hydrogen recovery by pressure swing adsorption and by membran...

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