Kayak

Claverton Energy Group founder Dave Andrews is accompanying his son Joe for the first week of his attempt to kayak around Britain. They leave on the 20th of April from Falmouth . They will be attempting to raise £20k for the charities Water Aid and NACC (National Association for Colitis and Crohn’s Disease). Any donations […]

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The difference between LCV and HCV (or Lower and Higher Heating Value, or Net and Gross) is clearly understood by all energy engineers. There is no 'right' or 'wrong' definition.

Perhaps I could comment as someone with direct experience as a project leader in gas turbine power generation/CHP technology. The difference between LCV and HCV (or Lower and Higher Heating Value, or Net and Gross) is clearly understood by all energy engineers. There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ definition. The numerical difference between the two is […]

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Document Download / Management

Log in to WordPress using the user name and password supplied to you. Look down the left hand menu and at the bottom you will see Downloads 1.) Select Downloads / Add a File 2.) Select “Upload a File” and browse to the file location and select it 3.) Click “Open” to lock it in […]

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Who are the Claverton Energy Group, the Claverton Energy Think Tank, the Claverton Energy Research Group

The Claverton Energy Group is a loose collection of individuals from various organisations with expertise in various areas related to energy, government policy, technology, engineering, finance, management, environment, climate change, transportation, agriculture, water, waste disposal and more… Mission Statement: To provide an expert forum in which to rigorously debate energy issues, and thereby provide  fact based/ objective/independent […]

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Adding New Files to File Libary

This section tells you how to add Files also known as Downloads to the Claverton Site File Libarary   Note the max file size is 3 MB. Log in to WordPress using the user name and password supplied to you. Look down the left hand menu and at the bottom you will see Downloads 1.) […]

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Use of bio char as a carbon sequestration method

More evidence that bio char is a good wheeze……… Abstract Abrupt Climate Change (ACC – NAS, 2001) is an issue that ‘haunts the climate change problem’ (IPCC, 2001) but has been neglected by policy makers up to now, maybe for want of practicable measures for effective response, save for risky geo-engineering.

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