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Hull Energy Works Project

Seminar

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By processing approximately 200,000 tonnes of biodegradable organic material diverted from landfill the Energy Works project will produce enough electricity and bio- methane to heat and power approximately a quarter of the homes in Hull.

Date and Time

15 January 2014 - 19:00-21:30

Location

Kingston upon Hull, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Joint Event.


About this event

By processing approximately 200,000 tonnes of biodegradable organic material diverted from landfill the Energy Works project will produce enough electricity and bio- methane to heat and power approximately a quarter of the homes in Hull. 

This lecture will begin with an introduction to the Spencer Group which will be followed by a presentation on the Hull Energy Works Project including the history behind the project, the technologies used and some of the challenges and future opportunities.

Speakers: 
Mr Richard Burgess - Managing Director of Professional Services
Mr Nick Cooper - Technical Manager
Spencer Engineering Group

Programme

6.30pm Refreshments
7.00pm Event starts.

Additional information

Sponsored by:  Joint Lecture
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)

Registration information

General public are welcome. Prior registration is preferred.
Enquiries: Philip Rubini, p.a.rubini@hull.ac.uk, 01482 465818

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