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  • CREST is a leading international group working in the field of renewable energy. CREST undertakes research and education in renewable energy technology furthering sustainable energy options for present and future generations.<p>Our expertise includes wind power, photovoltaics, concentrated sol...

  • SEGEC take a strategic approach to identifying European opportunities in order to help Scottish organisations access funding, develop projects and overcome the barriers to wider adoption of low-carbon energy. We provide a focal point and catalyst for Scotland’s low-carbon activity, identifying exper...

  • There is a vast interest in renewable energy but the role various technologies will play in the transition to a low-carbon future are in the main uncertain. This book sets out the facts: how the technologies work, where and to what extent they are currently employed and where the greatest potential ...

    • Availability: In the library
    • Record type: Book

  • The Industrial & Power Association supports industry to provide technology, equipment and services to the UK power industry.  IPA membership is a broad one - it includes generation and network owners & operators, international manufacturing groups, mechanical, electrical and civil consu...

  • Hannaford Upright are building services and building environmental consulting engineers, providing engineering consultancy services including surveys of existing buildings, feasibility studies, reports and commissions for detailed design and contract administration in respect of mechanical (heat rec...

  • The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has sought specialist advisory support from EA Technology to: (i) investigate the impacts posed by the integration of low carbon technologies (LCTs) in the electricity distribution infrastructure investment; and (ii) provide a framework that will ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The second volume of these lectures goes on to consider the heat in the Earth's interior. It looks at the sources and generation of this heat, its commercial value, sites of these heat sources and the building of suitable power plants of adequate capacity incorporating suitable environmental safety ...

    • Availability: In the library
    • Record type: Book

  • KEEI was established as a government-affiliated research institute in 1986, and its main research are as follows:The world presently and simultaneously faces both a resource and environmental crisis. International energy supply and demand continues to increasingly become unbalanced as populations gr...

  • Multistage enthalpy extraction technology (MEET) provides an improvement in integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) technology and offers an attractive alternative of conventional pulverised coal and natural gas power generation. It certainly improves efficiency and allows better emission comp...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Abstract

  • 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...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Abstract

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