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  • In US, a 'BattleJacket' protective multilayer lining acting as a self-sealing skin has been devised jointly by Rhino Linings and High Input Technologies to reduce the threat of explosions following bullet penetration of tanks, pipelines and fuel storage facilities.

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  • Jeremy Sachs, the economist, has given a speech stating that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology and nuclear energy will be necessary to avoid catastrophic climate change. China will rely on coal for many years to come, meaning that CCS technology will need to be developed.

  • With carbon capture and storage technology still in the demonstration phase, increasing plant efficiency is currently the only real option for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. Here, Alstom Power's Scott Darling and Adrian Skea outline the latest developments in supercr...

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  • In US, discussion continues between Pratt & Whitney and Boeing on a‘national propulsion company’ aimed at future exploration of deep space. However, this plan is considered controversial by organisations such as the Air Force and Lockheed Martin on the basis that it stifles competition...

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  • Nuclear Technologies is a leading supplier of scientific and engineering consultancy services mainly to the UK specialising in: Criticality and Shielding Assessment Radioactive Materials Transport, Packaging and Storage AssessmentRadioactive Waste ManagmentEnvironmnetal ManagementNuclear Decomm...

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  • This issue of the magazine takes a long hard look at coal as a fuel for power generation, starting with analysis by consultants Pöyry of the conundrum that the use of coal worldwide is growing at the same time that world governments are pledging to reduce carbon emissions. Is carbon capture and...

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  • When it comes to transport, fuel cells offer a number of potential advantages over their battery technology cousins. Market growth may have been muted so far, but silent fuel cells are expected to make a big noise in the motor market, eventually, writes David Appleyard.

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  • Fossil fuels will still be generating most global electricity at the end of this century with new technology pumping carbon emissions underground while the cost of a clean coal power stations was likely to be the same as nuclear or renewable energy but more publicly acceptable. Britain has launched ...

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  • Support for renewable energy technology to fight global warming is weakening in the face of worldwide economic problems and the true scale of the carbon reductions required, a survey of 'climate decision makers'published today by Globescan has suggested. Figures presented at the UN climate talks in ...

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