The death of another ‘beautiful game’?

As the World Cup in Brazil swung into gear, politicians of all shades queued up to display their football prowess and loyalties. Some also took the opportunity to denounce  FIFA’s ‘Mafia family’ decision-making that threatens to bring the whole game into disrepute. What politicians all seemed to miss, however, Is another ‘world stage’ event threatened […]

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Energy & Fuel Data Sheet

Iain Staffell, University of Birmingham, UK has posted a downloadable PDF with some interesting data tables. The Energy and Fuel Data Sheet

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Water metering

Companies like meteringtech.com have “self learning” software (ours is called TRACKER analysis module of DYNAMAT) that will self learn a profile of consumption from high frequency interval data (AMR) and continuously compares current consumption with the self learned target, alarming if excessive consumption is detected. We can home in on the “night line” hours as […]

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Micro chp website

Jeremy Harrison runs micro CHP information website (www.microchap.info) which gives quite a bit of information on engines and other prime mover technologies for micro and mini CHP. You will also find links to preview his book on micro CHP or click here: http://www.blurb.com/books/1478310 Kind regards Jeremy Harrison Technology Consultant Energy Infrastructure & End Use Many […]

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Who's to blame for high commodity – energy, food, metals, prices – it's the producers, stupid, not the banks and speculators

Happy New Year everyone. This article of mine re markets might be of interest (also below). http://seekingalpha.com/article/245574-who-s-to-blame-for-high-commodity-prices-it-s-the-producers-stupid v=1294568746&source=tracking_notify In my view commodity markets have two price boundary ‘trend-lines’: a ‘sellers’ market’ upper boundary, where consumer demand destruction sets in, and a ‘buyers’ market’ lower boundary, where ‘production destruction’ sets in. The current situation, where finance […]

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Wind Energy Reduces Electricity Prices,Says Independent Study"….NOT

Extract from Claverton Energy Group Archives, by Paul Frederik Bach, ex director Danish Western National Grid. On 12 May 2010 21:13, Paul-Frederik Bach <pfbach@profibermail.dk> wrote: Dear all, The debate on the economy of wind power seems to be never ending. Observations of wind power output and spot prices indicate that wind power creates low prices […]

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