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Media Training

Nicnewmanoxford.com offers a range of media training packages that help will enable your business to engage with skill and confidence with all forms of social and traditional media.

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Britain, Eastern Europe, Energy, Engineers, Europe, Gas, Industrial journalism, Innovation, Investment, Liquid Natural Gas, Pipeline Gas Journal

Localized Approach Could Grow Gas-Fired Power’s Global Reach

Natural gas is the preferred fuel of choice of CHP applications, which generate electricity at costs up to 50% less than traditional forms of delivered new base-load electricity and capture useful heat simultaneously to increase the overall efficiency of an energy system

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Africa, Britain, Energy, Investment, Renewables, South Africa, Technology, Wind Power

Africa’s largest green bond launched

South Africa’s largest bank the Standard Bank Group sold its first ever green bond for $200 million to the International Finance Corporation (IFC). This is the largest sale of its kind from the continent yet.

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Africa, Asia, Australia, Britain, Business, Energy, Energy Management, Energy Policy, Energy Saving, Energy Security, Energy Storage, Energy Trading, Engineering, Engineers, Environment, Events, Exhibitions, Fusion, Indonesia, Innovation, North America, Northern Europe, Nuclear, Power Grid, Technology

Spring 2020 power sector events

List of some of the global power sector events, trade shows and conferences in the coming months, from March to September worldwide.

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Britain, Business, construction, Design, Energy, Engineering, Engineers, Environment, Europe, Facilitate Magazine, FM World Magazine

FOCUSING ON NET ZERO

Owners and operators need to be careful not to specify over the short-term as plants, or the equipment and materials that improve the thermal efficiency of the building envelope, all have their own carbon footprint, which is presently externalised in carbon reporting. The industry needs a greater focus on a building’s long-term impact on energy resources and carbon emission generation if the targets are to be met.