Knowledge – 2015

In this section you’ll find resources and results from client work (shared with permission) as well as non-client reports and, most notably, our annual Fuel Cell Industry Review.

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Liquid air on the European highway

E4tech were closely involved in the analysis underlying this report, which analyses the economic and environmental impact of zero-emission transport refrigeration.

Doing cold smarter

This report lays out the need, opportunity and enabling technologies for provision of 'clean cold', and presents a consensus roadmap for UK innovation in cold technologies.

Scenarios for deployment of hydrogen in meeting carbon budgets

This report describes two scenarios for the use of hydrogen across the UK energy sector to 2050.

Pre-feasibility Study for Lignocellulosic Ethanol Plant

Client: Development Bank E4tech was invited by a development bank to conduct a preliminary feasibility study for an advanced biofuel plant located in an EU Member State.

The role of low carbon policy in UK automotive investment decisions

Client: Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) LowCVP commissioned E4tech to examine how policymakers...

Environmental assessment of bio-polyethylene production in Brazil

Client: A major chemicals company Our client has recently started production of polyethylene from Brazilian...

Biomass and Biogas Carbon Calculator (B2C2)

Biomass and Biogas Carbon Calculator (B2C2)

Client: UK National Non-Food Crop Centre (NNFCC), UK Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) E4tech...

Developing a methodology for GHG emissions from ILUC for different biofuel pathways

Client: Department for Transport E4tech was asked to quantify the indirect land use change (ILUC) impacts...

Review of thermal energy storage research

Client: Global automotive industry player Prepared profiles of key European researchers and research groups working on advanced thermal energy storage materials and technologies.

Knowledge archive