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Building an energy efficient business
Energy efficiency is an overriding concern for organisations of all sizes and across every sector. Ahead of NEMEX 2014 (NEC, (April 1-3), Sustainability Live’s David Copeland examines the factors driving demand for energy management — and looks at some of the British companies driving technology innovation and energy efficiency
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Elevating water to the C-level
The demand for water and the cost of treating it are increasing, making sustainability and efficiency essential for water companies, manufacturers and business users alike, says Sustainability Live’s David Copeland, ahead of IWEX 2014
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Servo and control developments highlight efficiency and safety
User expectations for motion control and servo technologies are changing, with more emphasis being placed on ease of installation, energy efficiency, safety and productivity. Barry Weller of Mitsubishi Electric looks at the current trends and the future of these vital technologies
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Getting the ventilation right on airtight buildings
The rapid adoption of airtightness testing and the ability of the industry to achieve the right result first time in 89 per cent of tests is one of the success stories of the UK construction industry over the past decade. Mike Smith, Engineering Director of BSRIA, explains
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Basic principles for safe, efficient steam production
Steam is used in a wide range of industries for a variety of processes, from a basic small heating circuit to large scale hygienic steam production. Greg Sutcliffe, Global Segment Manager at B├╝rkert, looks at some basic principles that should be understood by maintenance engineers and facilities managers in order to achieve a safe and efficient process
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New materials offer wider scope for solar module production
Alex Savidis, Applications Manager, Solar Capture Technologies, looks at some of the new materials that could be used in the manufacture of solar PV modules
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Meeting energy directives with high-efficiency electric motors
Geoff Spear, Marketing Manager of Lenze Ltd, gives an overview of the current energy saving legislation for AC motors and looks at forthcoming changes. High efficiency motors can have certain drawbacks — these are discussed and solutions are proposed
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New opportunities for solar generation on landfill sites
With soaring energy prices, challenging emissions targets and the demand for greater security of supply, any imaginative and effective new way of harnessing renewable energy should be very welcome. Adrian Lea, technical director of engineering consultancy Wardell Armstrong, looks at the potential for solar generation on landfill sites
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