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Plant fibres help develop green options for transport industry

Plant fibres help develop green options for transport industry
University of Portsmouth researchers and teams from around the world are at the forefront of a drive to develop greener composite materials from agricultural waste to be used in the automotive, marine and aerospace industries. A team from the University’s School of Engineering is designing and developing lightweight materials from renewable resources including agriculture biomass – a process that could provide significant environmental benefits in the transportation sector.
13th March 2018

Cost-effective catalyst converts CO2 into usable energy

Cost-effective catalyst converts CO2 into usable energy
  Imagine if carbon dioxide (CO2) could easily be converted into usable energy. Every time you breathe or drive a motor vehicle, you would produce a key ingredient for generating fuels. Like photosynthesis in plants, we could turn CO2 into molecules that are essential for day-to-day life. Now, scientists are one step closer.
1st March 2018

IoT deal increases productivity for renewable energy fleet

IoT deal increases productivity for renewable energy fleet
  Invenergy and NarrativeWave have announced a three year agreement. Invenergy will use NarrativeWave’s software to optimise its fleet of wind turbines and other renewable energy assets.
26th February 2018


Chillers with lower global warming refrigerant solutions

Chillers with lower global warming refrigerant solutions
The commitment Carrier Europe are showing to support the drive for lower global warming refrigerant solutions, is reflected in the Carrier AquaEdge 19XR water-cooled centrifugal chillers, 23XR water-cooled screw chillers and AquaForce 30KA/XA/XB air-cooled screw and 30XW/HX water-cooled screw chillers can be used with both R-134a as well as lower global warming potential (GWP) options including HFOs and blends such as R450A and R513A.
14th February 2018

Moving towards the tipping point

Moving towards the tipping point
  Launched by Lloyd’s Register (LR), the Technology Radar 2018 'Renewable Energy' report analyses the sizeable renewable energy impacts in the next five years and beyond. It provides answers from industry experts on their optimism, concerns and investment outlook on tomorrow’s energy mix.   
13th February 2018

Compact transistor delivers 600W for RF energy applications

Compact transistor delivers 600W for RF energy applications
  The launch of the 600W BLF0910H9LS600 LDMOS power amplifier transistor has been announced by Ampleon. This is the first RF energy transistor using Ampleon’s latest Gen9HV 50V LDMOS process, a node that has been optimised to deliver greatly increased efficiency, power and gain.
9th February 2018

Making a compelling case for proven clean energy biotechnology

Making a compelling case for proven clean energy biotechnology
One of the largest ever GWE RAPTOR anaerobic biological transformation energy crop/ waste-to-energy plants is being installed by clean energy specialists Organic Power, at its new green energy facility in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico. When fully operational in mid-2018, it will produce 2.055MWe, making it one of the largest RAPTOR (Rapid Transformation of Organic Residues) installations worldwide and the latest of a series of more than 200 successful GWE biogas utilisation plants for clients worldwide.
5th February 2018

Outstanding contribution to Scotland's Oriam Centre

Outstanding contribution to Scotland's Oriam Centre
Back in Autumn 2016 Oriam opened and is home to the governing bodies of Scottish football and rugby union, as well as a host of other sports including volleyball, squash and basketball. Building services engineers Max Fordham collaborated with Reiach and Hall Architects to design the centre, which has since been described by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon as ‘absolutely awe inspiring’ and ‘the jewel in the crown of Scotland’s sports facilities.’
2nd February 2018

Bio-renewable process could help make sustainable plastic

Bio-renewable process could help make sustainable plastic
When John Wesley Hyatt patented the first industrial plastic in 1869, his intention was to create an alternative to the elephant tusk ivory used to make piano keys. But this early plastic also sparked a revolution in the way people thought about manufacturing: What if we weren’t limited to the materials nature had to offer? Over a century later, plastics are an abundant part of daily life. But these plastics are often derived from petroleum, contributing to reliance on fossil fuels and driving harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
22nd January 2018

The DDoS threat for energy and utility companies

The DDoS threat for energy and utility companies
Protecting our critical infrastructure from cyber attacks has become a top priority for governments around the world - largely as a result of the IoT. Within the energy sector, the increased connectivity brought about by IoT has improved how we manage our power distribution and consumption, enabling a more flexible and efficient energy grid. By: Scott Taylor, VP at Corero Network Security.
19th January 2018


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