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  • How do we define mainstream power generation today? Our feature on the subject starts with an article on how low carbon technologies are being supported to enter the UK power generation market. And, remembering ‘small is beautiful’ from a few years ago, we also ask, in the power statio...

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  • The main themes of this issue are changing patterns of electricity and heat generation across Europe. Steady, rather than rising, electricity loads and the connection of ever more renewable generating capacity to grids are conspiring to change the way utilities serve consumers. Similarly, new low ca...

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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 generati...

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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 enc...

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  • Cooling requirements for buildings in the Middle East are very substantial indeed. While district cooling is common and has certain advantages over stand-alone air conditioning units, water use is an issue and much could be done to improve the use of the technology, as Alan Millin writes from Dubai.

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  • Because gas turbines are used to drive compressors, NOx regulations will also effect pipeline operators. Details are given of two federal programmes currently under development that will significantly impact both existing and new gas turbine pipeline compressor stations. Nox control technologies, ca...

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  • The CFX division of AEA Technology has secured a global computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software contract from Siemens Power Generation. The CFX suite of integrated software will allow Siemens to simulate and visualise flows inside a turbine, enabling a better understanding of the issues involved...

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  • StatoilHydro and GE Oil & Gas have signed a technology cooperation agreement - establishing a formal collaborative working relationship between the two companies for the ongoing development of technology related specifically to oil and gas projects. The joint technology cooperation is anticipated to...

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  • 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...

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  • Norsk Hydro Technology Ventures (NTV) is to invest venture capital into a new wave power generation concept - Pelamis - developed by Scottish start-up company Ocean Power Delivery (OPD). NTV and a group including SAM Private Equity in Zurich and 3i are together committing £6mn in equal shares t...

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