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Improving biofuel production by mimicking giant clams

Improving biofuel production by mimicking giant clams
Alison Sweeney of the University of Pennsylvania has been studying giant clams since she was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara. These large mollusks, which anchor themselves to coral reefs in the tropical waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans, can grow to up to three-feet long and weigh hundreds of pounds. But their size isn't the only thing that makes them unique.
3rd November 2017

LED lighting delivers energy savings to logistics company

LED lighting delivers energy savings to logistics company
LED lighting brand, Goodlight, has announced that Hi-Speed Services, an independent transport and logistics company in Surrey has refurbished its offices and warehouse with high performance, energy efficient LED lighting improving the ambience, saving costs and reducing environmental impact. Hi-Speed are committed to lowering its carbon footprint and already provide a green courier service, using vehicles that emit less carbon and save on fuel.
24th October 2017

Three ways to optimise energy efficiency

Three ways to optimise energy efficiency
There are a variety of ways industrial plants can maximise the energy efficiency of their equipment. Here, Jonathan Wilkins, Marketing Director of obsolete industrial automation parts supplier EU Automation, explains how.
13th October 2017


How to use LED lights to enhance your WiFi

How to use LED lights to enhance your WiFi
  New research funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has shown that energy saving Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) could help meet demand for wireless communications without affecting the quality of light or environmental benefits they deliver.
12th October 2017

Nanomaterial can extract hydrogen fuel from seawater

Nanomaterial can extract hydrogen fuel from seawater
It's possible to produce hydrogen to power fuel cells by extracting the gas from seawater, but the electricity required to do it makes the process costly. UCF researcher Yang Yang has come up with a new hybrid nanomaterial that harnesses solar energy and uses it to generate hydrogen from seawater more cheaply and efficiently than current materials.
6th October 2017

Heliex goes Dutch with mushroom farm order

Heliex goes Dutch with mushroom farm order
Heliex Power, has won its first order from The Netherlands, with the installation of its technology on an ambitious and sustainable mushroom farm. Heliex’s GenSet has been commissioned by Wattplant B.V. as part of a clean energy project at ‘T Voske farm – located in Uden, between Eindhoven and Nijmegen. Already chemical-free, the estate is aiming to become the world’s first grower with a completely energy and climate-neutral nursery.
29th September 2017

UK companies underestimate the benefits of LED lighting

UK companies underestimate the benefits of LED lighting
  According to new research from online electrical retailer reichelt, British companies are failing to prepare for the upcoming halogen light bulb ban in 2018, as 41% are choosing not to switch to the alternative LED lighting in the next year.
29th September 2017

How to calculate waste heat recovery

How to calculate waste heat recovery
  Industry now lives by the mantra of seeking efficient energy use. Businesses with processes demanding high energy consumption should be looking to improve energy efficiency and minimise waste. Increasingly, industrial plants are looking at heat recovery methods as a means to improve energy efficiency and sustainability of their business.
29th September 2017

Energy saving project wins government innovation award

Energy saving project wins government innovation award
  A hospital on the Isle of Man was looking to reduce operating costs, so it worked with boiler manufacturer and contractor McQuillan to seek methods of reducing energy costs. With a payback period of just three years, the installation of three steam boiler economisers will provide an annual energy saving of over £30,000.
26th September 2017

Powering carbon capture installation to reduce CO₂ emissions

Powering carbon capture installation to reduce CO₂ emissions
A high power rectifier system has been supplied by Powerstax to a leading waste management company Future Environmental Technologies, for a carbon capture installation at a factory in Wales. The installation allows the end user to its reduce C0₂ emissions and store and sell recovered commercial grade C0₂ for other applications.
21st September 2017


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POWER & ENERGY 2017
22nd November 2017
Rwanda Kigali