On 24 October, E4tech Director David Hart will chair the Power-To-Gas: Energy Storage for Renewable Power Conference at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London. Participants in the Technology Strategy Board-funded feasibility study on Power-To-Gas will present their findings to the invited audience.
News Archive | October, 2013
Switzerland has set ambitious efficiency targets to help it meet its 2050 energy goals. The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) wanted to understand if efficiency might in fact be reduced by flexible demand-side management (DSM) causing energy intensive processes to be run in suboptimal operation modes. E4tech reviewed commercial and industrial DSM potential in […]
E4tech’s Nick Owen will join other industry experts to share his insight on the progress of and prospects for electric vehicles at the Automotive Cleantech Breakfast on 18 October. Nick will discuss whether the EV industry has reached a turning point with the recent Tesla success story. He will review the outlook for the EV […]
On 15 October, E4tech’s Adam Chase will speak at “Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: European success stories across the energy and transport landscape” where he will discuss the latest hydrogen and fuel cell developments in the UK and also chair a panel discussion focused on ways the UK and European policies could support commercialisation for the […]
E4tech Director Dr David Hart will join other industry experts, financiers, policymakers and thought leaders at the IHT Global Clean Energy Forum 2013 in Doha, Qatar where they will explore the new energy reality – that of abundant fossil fuels, cooling political sentiment towards renewables and risk-averse investors – and its impact on the journey […]
On 2 October, E4tech’s Luca Bertuccioli will join members of the government, academia, and the private & public sectors at the WTO Public Forum 2013 for a panel discussion on global value chains in green goods and services. The annual event, hosted by the World Trade Organisation, aims to provide a platform for public debate […]