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  • Advanced Conversion: Maximising the Potential for Energy from Waste
    One of the most readily-available and viable solutions to help address the challenge of our growing energy needs is Energy-from-Waste (EfW) – which has the potential to take a multitude of waste streams (such as municipal solid waste) and convert them into energy. We look at how modern techniques can make the technology more efficient.
  • Sustainability in bioenergy
    Biomass is a very versatile resource that can be used to produce heat, electricity, transport fuels and a range of chemicals and materials. It is used in all these applications today, and its future demand is estimated to grow substantially.
  • Wind: Does the cost per kilowatt hour outweigh the benefit?”
    In an increasingly difficult economic climate, with consumers facing increasingly high bills for their electricity, there is a clear demand from many international governments for increasing alternative means of energy supply to the grid.
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  • Guest Blog: Learning from India’s power revolution
    Posted by Steve Barrett • 21 October 2015
    Dr Henri Winand – CEO of Intelligent Energy, UK Given the relative state of their power grids, it would seem that the UK has little to learn from India when it comes to efficiently providing an...
    tags: Power generation, India, Fuel Cells, Hydrogen energy, Renewable energy, Telecoms
  • Mobile solar farm plan to power events
    Posted by Libi Israeli • 24 September 2015
    BY LUKE SHERWOOD Over the last 10 years the events sector has exploded. Every weekend in the UK throughout the summer the public can choose from a variety of festivals, old and new, large and small, ...
  • Solar Surges in the Middle East and North Africa
    Posted by Libi Israeli • 17 September 2015
    BY HANI MAJZOUB Last year was a breakthrough year for solar in the Middle East with over 30 solar projects awarded – a ten-fold increase on 2013, according to The Middle East Solar Industry Ass...
  • Five myths about solar power, and the real facts
    Posted by Libi Israeli • 07 September 2015
    BY SVEN LINDSTRÖM Solar energy and the solar industry has exploded in the last decade, and is today an established and competitive renewable energy source. Despite this (or maybe because of t...
    tags: Solar, CO2, subsidies, global warming , batteries
  • Opportunities in Greece’s wind sector
    Posted by Libi Israeli • 02 September 2015
    BY DIMITRIS ASSIMAKIS AND MINAS KITSILIS Dimitris Assimakis and Minas Kitsilis provide a brief update on the investment climate for wind power developers in Greece. Despite the economic climate of t...
    tags: Wind energy, wind market, Greece
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  • Case study in CSP plant performance
    Using routine sampling and chemical analysis of heat transfer fluid, early in a plant build, can help to extend the lifetime of CSP plants. Christopher Ian Wright BSc PhD MBA, explains.
  • 2015 Renewable Cities Conference Agenda
    The Renewable Cities Global Learning Forum is set to take place May 13–15 at the award-winning Four Seasons hotel in Vancouver, Canada. The Forum brings together key city and utility staff with the private sector, civil, society and researchers to participate in a solutions-focused dialogue.
  • 2013 Lahmeyer REMIPEG Report: Solar Thermal
    The solar thermal power market is seeing growth after a period of uncertainty. At the end of 2013 there was approximately 3.8 GW of installed CSP capacity globally, and newly installed capacity increased more than 60% to roughly 1.17 GW last year.
  • Concentrated Solar Power in the USA
    This guide provides exclusive data on the current project pipeline in the United States, as well as the future growth potential of the domestic market. Furthermore, it examines the potential use of CSP in other niche markets and the opportunities for U.S. companies to export their know-how and technology into lucrative markets, such as South Africa, Chile and the MENA region.
  • Evaluating the impact of chemical waste: How safety and the bottom line can both benefit
    This paper demonstrates that it is possible to reduce chemical costs by identifying and limiting the wastes found in dispensing, storage and application. Reducing these hidden costs will also improve productivity and health and safety in the workplace.
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