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Combined Heat and Power Systems

Lecture

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The UK is now ever more reliant on gas as a basic fuel in the energy sector. This presentation will provide an update on how this primary fuel is being utilised in a more efficient way.

Date and Time

18 September 2014 - 19:00-20:30

Location

Chester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Merseyside and West Cheshire local network.


About this event

This presentation from Clark Energy will show how combined heat and power systems are meeting today's energy needs around the world.  They, Clark Energy, are specialists in cogeneration using gas engines and have significant experience in a wide range of different and high efficiency gas to power applications including natural gas. biogas, landfill gas and coal gases.

Programme

18:30 - Reception, registration and refreshments.
19:00 - Start of Presentation.
20:00 - Q&A.
20:30 Close.

Reasons to attend

Delegates attending this event will be provided with a deeper understanding about the industrial advances that have been made in the use of gas as a primary fuel for various forms of energy production. 

Additional information

Presenters:  Gareth Evans and Stephen McGiveron from Clark Energy.

Registration information

Register for this event by contacting Bob Green, Chair of the M&WCN Power Group at     pwr.mwc@theiet.org or by telephone on 07770 654117.

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