David Hart was invited to give a business perspective on the Summit discussions, together with representatives from REN21, Chatham House and Institut für Solare Energiesysteme (ISE). See the website here for more information and pictures from the conference.
Indirect land use change is explained in this presentation by Dr. Chris Malins, International Council on Clean Transportation. Dr. Malins talks through E4tech’s oilseed rape biodiesel ILUC scenario prepared for the UK Department for Transport, as part of a broader study on the ILUC implications of biofuels. See video here or click link:
E4tech is recruiting new consultants for our offices in the UK and Switzerland. Continued growth in all our business areas means that we are expanding our teams in both locations. Read more about our vacanies here.
E4tech will be speaking about hydrogen as a fuel of the future at the Technology Forum of the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi 19 January 2011. You are welcome to join the session and to visit E4tech in the Swiss Pavilion at the exhibition. WFES is the leading global forum promoting innovation and […]
The International Air Transport Association, IATA, states that biofuels offer the greatest hope for aviation to reach carbon emissions targets and that government support for the industry could be crucial. An E4tech report for the UK Committee on Climate Change in 2009 identified a significant potential for use of sustainable biofuels in aviation if technologies […]
The agreements reached at COP16 in Cancun 2010 call for countries to join the UNFCCC’s effort to cut global emissions by half by 2050. Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, said that the Cancun Agreement “needs to be implemented as fast as possible”. E4tech supports this objective, but we also recognise that achieving it […]