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  1. The golden age of gas: will it ever happen?
  2. A 100% renewable India: can it be done?
  3. Li Shuo of Greenpeace East Asia discusses China’s carbon trading scheme
  4. Shell moves into renewables: big splash or a dip in the water?
  5. New coal-fired power in Australia: a case of politics before practicality?

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Reducing the Impact of Noise in Cogeneration

Early detection and preventative measures can mitigate the health and environmental impacts of noise in Combined Heat and Power (CHP) applications, writes Robert Lomax, sales director of Wakefield Acoustics.

The golden age of gas: will it ever happen?

The long touted golden age of gas, when unconventional sources and the environmental benefits of gas would make it one of the biggest sources of energy in the world, may now never come to fruition. That is, unless it can prove itself to truly be a green fossil fuel. With that in mind Molly Lempriere asks, could technologies like CCS save the day?

Turbine Technology Services Corporation Magazine

Turbine Technologies offers industry-leading consulting, field and design services to gas turbine owners and operators worldwide as well as a wide range of services to utilities, independent power producers and private sector enterprises.

A 100% renewable India: can it be done?

Research carried out at the University of Technology (LUT) in Finland has found that India will have the capacity to operate on a fully renewable electricity system by 2050. It’s a big claim for a nation of more than a billion people, many of whom still live without electricity at all. So what would it take?

Movement of Abnormal Loads

Established over 45 years ago, JB Rawcliffe & Sons Ltd provides a professional service, covering all aspects of transport, including general cargo and the movement of indivisible and abnormal loads, heavy lifting, installations and removals, jacking, skidding, and rigging.

Gas Turbine Evaporative Cooling

As the global demand for energy rises, the role that gas turbines play in energy production will be more and more important.

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