Energy Management

Eastern Europe, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Eniday, Europe, Gas, Liquid Natural Gas, National Grid, Pipelines, Power, Power Grid

Ensuring renewables’ reliability

Nicholas Newman Eniday July 2017 As renewable energy becomes cost-competitive with conventional power sources, its market share has grown from 22 percent in 2012 to 29 percent in 2040 worldwide. However, for renewables to truly close the gap between present capacity and potential, the challenge of intermittency must be addressed. Here are listed several […]

Eastern Europe, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Eniday, Europe

What are “Interconnectors”?

Nicholas Newman Eniday June “017 Interconnectors are key elements in the transmission of energy between separate energy networks and play a vital role in the UK’s ability to meet demand at peak times. Huge amounts of electricity and gas are constantly crisscrossing the seas between Europe and the UK through interconnectors. To […]

Africa, Afroil, America, Copy writing, Corporate Journalism, Energy, Energy Management, Engineers, Eniday

Recent work in April

Here are a few examples describing or introducing some of my recent energy journalism, copywriting and other corporate communication work, which I have completed for various clients during the month of April 2017. AFROIL Anadarko in Africa This feature looks at the activities of Anadarko Petroleum in Africa, which ranks […]

Britain, business energy management, Energy, Energy Management, Journalism, Power, Renewables

How your business can benefit from producing its own energy

Nicholas Newman Telegraph  March 2017 A new generation of businesses is taking energy efficiency to a new level. One way to lower energy costs is to produce your own energy. However, until recently, doing so has been expensive. Now, as the latest generation of solar, wind and digester technologies combine […]

Energy, Energy Management, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Telegraph

How your business can benefit from producing its own energy

Nicholas Newman Telegraph February 2017 A new generation of businesses is taking energy efficiency to a new level. One way to lower energy costs is to produce your own energy. However, until recently, doing so has been expensive. Now, as the latest generation of solar, wind and digester technologies combine […]

Britain, Daily Telegraph, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Saving, Lighting, Power

The energy cost of manufacturing in the UK

Nicholas Newman Telegraph February 2017 In 2014, the UK’s energy consumption was equivalent to 142.8 million tonnes of oil, of which certain industrial groups consumed 24 million tonnes alone. It stands to reason then, that any energy efficiency gains that can be made in Britain’s manufacturing businesses will both save […]

Energy, Energy Management, Engineers, Technology

Oxford Flow’s High-Performance Industrial Pressure Regulator

Nicholas Newman Pipeline Gas Journal January 2017 High-performance industrial pressure regulators are used in gas and liquid pipelines to control flows and to prevent problems such as leaks. There are numerous companies supplying this market including America’s Fairchild Industrial Products, Italy’s Pietro Fiorentini, and Germany’s KSB Aktiengesellschaft. The UK’s Oxford […]