Knowledge – Page 2


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.

For any questions regarding referencing or reproducing these resources, or the use of the E4tech logo, please contact Rowena Figueroa.

 


 

UK cars to use UK batteries made from UK chemicals?

UK cars to use UK batteries made from UK chemicals?

In this age of global supply chains such an apparently old-fashioned approach seems illogical.

UK energy future is here, it is just not evenly distributed

UK energy future is here, it is just not evenly distributed

In a first of a kind report, E4tech and researchers from Imperial College London examined the UK’s progress...

Low carbon economic strategy Teesside

The Tees Valley in the North East of England is a major centre of heavy industry, including around half of UK chemicals production, as well as other heavy industries.

EU approval for biofuel certification schemes

The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC), which was amended in 2015 by the iLUC Directive (2015/1513),...

Assessment of the Market of Wood Fuels and Solid Fuel Heating and Cooking Appliances in Serbia

Assessment of the Market of Wood Fuels and Solid Fuel Heating and Cooking Appliances in Serbia

This report supports the knowledge base relating to “Improving the efficiency of the use of fire wood...

Strong auto industry consensus about its technical future

Strong auto industry consensus about its technical future

Despite the unprecedented level of change facing cars, buses, heavy duty and off highway vehicles, the industries that develop and supply them are keen to work on future technologies together.

Mapping the science on the GHG impact of forest bioenergy

The Packard Foundation is committed to support science-based initiatives in relation to climate change mitigation and environmental protection.

Invitation to final conference for the Horizon 2020 ButaNexT project

The Horizon 2020 ButaNexT project aims to develop a highly efficient production process to convert sustainable 2nd generation feedstocks to biobutanol.

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