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Onsite Generation – Regulation, Economics & Application

Seminar

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Come along to find out about this hot topic on current building regulations require that the heat and power systems of new buildings are designed with a certain amount of low or zero carbon emissions plant in mind.

Date and Time

12 March 2014 - 13:00-17:00

Location

Glasgow, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Jointly organised by the Scotland South West local network and the Power Generation & Conversion TPN.


About this event

IET Scotland Power Technical Network Symposium on Onsite Generation supported by the IET Power Generation and Conversion TPN
Current building regulations require that the heat and power systems of new buildings are designed with a certain amount of low or zero carbon emissions plant in mind. This event bring together 3 industry experts to discuss the regulatory, technical and economic issues in meeting current Climate Change Regulation. 


Programme

1.30pm to 5pm. 

Refreshments from 1pm  

Reasons to attend

Full afternoon seminar
Hot topic
3 industry experts to discuss the regulatory, technical and economic issues in meeting current Climate Change Regulation

Cost

Free

Additional information

Speakers

Stuart Johnston, Scottish Prison Service 

Stuart will introduce the event and look at the regulatory framework covering onsite generation. He will follow with a look at the options for incorporating low and zero carbon technologies into large publicly funded buildings. 

Alistair Dunn, Control Systems Engineer at Dundee University
 
The University of Dundee has 3 X 1.037MWe CHP Engines with a fourth coming online in the near future. Alistair will show how the plant has developed since its original installation in 1997 to meet the changing needs of Dundee University Campus.   

Stephen Coombs, SDC Industries 

Stephen Coombs will focus on the advantages on the technical side of onsite generation and in particular on  installing Power Factor Correction. He will cover the basic concepts of PFC and using case studies show the savings that can be made.

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