James Smith CEO Shell UK view invitation poster for more information
Tag List: 2009
SERG sent several staff and students to the 8th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) in Uppsala, Sweden. 6 oral presentations were given by group members and all were well-received. During the conference Dr. Luke Myers gave an interview concerning tidal power to Swedish radio.
Prof. Paul Linden Environmental and Science Engineering, University of California, San Diego view invitation poster for more information
Within the UK microwind trial research project funded by the Energy Saving Trust members of SERG have produced a report integrating issues of domestic wind speed prediction, measured performance results of the field studies, the potential market for small-scale wind turbines, customer feedback and recommendations for domestic consumers. Energy Saving Trust
Prof. AbuBakr Bahaj was invited to give a keynote address on the “Impact of a Changing Climate on Cities” at the Institute of Refrigeration in Shanghai.
Dr. William Batten gave a guest lecture on “Renewable Energy, Costs and Options for Kazakhstan” at the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP) in Almaty, Kazakstan.
SERG was commissioned by the Institute of Civil Engineers to generate a report on the potential of heat recovery from centralised electricity generation in the UK. This report addresses issues of current and future prospects for heat capture, heat policy, emissions targets and reducing domestic heat demand. Institute of Civil Engineers
Prof. AbuBakr Bahaj was invited to give a keynote address at the World Renewable Energy Congress 2009 – Asia in Bangkok. His talk centred on the “Status of Wave and Tidal Energy Conversion”. World Renewable Energy Congress 2009 – Asia
Prof. AbuBakr Bahaj delivered an invited talk at the Futures Fair 09 at RIBA in London. This event brought together architects in research, academia and the design industries to re-consider the future of our towns and cities over the next 20 years and beyond. The title of the talk given by Prof. Bahaj was: “Issues in […]
Nikkolaos Bakker and Mark Jentsch worked for several weeks with research partners at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. The scope of this work was to investigate user feedback strategies and the environmental performance of buildings in tropical climates and to relate the results to data gathered in the UK.