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Energy from waste sector set for expansion and development
Mitsubishi Electric’s first-time presence in the Energy from Waste hall at the Resource Efficiency and Waste Management show in Birmingham has been hailed as an immediate success. Louis Meyer, Director of Process Industries of Mitsubishi Electric’s Factory Automation-European Business Group, comments that many visitors to the company’s stand had a specific question to ask, often relating to current or planned EfW projects
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M2M communication improves plant control in water industry
The 'Internet of Things' is coming to the water industry, delivering new levels of data that will enable water companies to control remote assets with increased sophistication, minimise risk, ensure security of supply, save energy and meet ever more stringent EU directives. Jeremy Shinton, Product Manager, Business Solutions and Software, at Mitsubishi Electric, discusses the role of machine-to-machine communication as a driver for change
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Servomotor selection for optimum efficiency
Gerard Bush of motion control specialist INMOCO offers some thoughts on how to select the optimum servomotor for a given application and how the technology will develop in future
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Sensors play key role in efficient automated bulk handling
Handling dry bulk materials used to be a completely manual process, but is now being increasingly automated in a drive to reduce both costs and the risks of injury, while also increasing throughput and accuracy. This report from Sensor Technology looks at some of the new technologies behind these developments
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Smart Meters a catalyst for change
With the Public Accounts Committee reporting that the fitting of smart meters will only see a modest reduction in energy usage, is that the full story or will the installation of Smart Meters be a catalyst for change BSRIA's Energy and Smart Buildings expert Henry Lawson explains
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Researchers take a look inside workings of lithium-ion batteries
Scientists at the Technische Universit√§t M√ľnchen (TUM) have managed to 'peer into' the inner workings of a lithium-ion battery without destroying it. In the process, they have resolved the so-called lithium plating mystery that occurs during the charging process
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Driving a step change towards the nation's low carbon future
The UK needs a step change in the way the energy market operates, says Tony Stiff, CEO of FlowGroup PLC
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Making the most of compressed air heat recovery
According to figures from The Carbon Trust, around 90 per cent of the electrical energy used by a typical air compressor is lost as heat. Being able to capture and reuse this energy for space heating, water heating or for other production duties via heat recovery potentially offers real benefits for businesses, says Mark Whitmore, General Manager at BOGE Compressors
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