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The UK has Europe’s biggest offshore wind resource which could make a major contribution to meeting the UK’s electricity demand.
The UK has significant marine energy resources around its coastline, but, to date these remain largely unexploited.
Increased use of Distributed Energy in the UK could reduce CO2 emissions associated with heat and power generation by 30%.
The UK’s 26 million domestic dwellings account for 24% of the nations CO2 emissions.
The UK’s energy networks will require substantial investment in new capacity, technology development and innovation.
Energy efficiency through the commercial and domestic sectors is a key development priority for the UK to address now.
Power generation accounts for approximately a third of the UK’s CO2 emissions or 180 million tonnes of CO2 a year.
Transport contributes almost a quarter of the UK’s carbon emissions or approximately 120 million tonnes of CO2 a year.
Domestic biomass, sustainably grown in the UK, could provide up to 10% of the UK’s energy needs by 2050.
Presenting 'An affordable transition to sustainable andsecure...
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ETI CEO David Clarke presents to the Scottish Oil Club, April...
David Clarke welcomes the recently published CCS Cost Reduction...
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ETI and HR Wallingford have launched a tidal energy modelling tool to...
ETI announces shortlist of companies in £2.8m competition to design...
17 December 2012
ETI's Legal Counsel Lisa Page presented to the Genesis 2012 conference on Thursday 13th December on the ETI's innovative funding structure.
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The UK’s energy environment is a complex set of needs, technologies and choices. Given the challenges, how do we prepare for the future?
ETI's John Batterbee is presenting 'An affordable transition to sustainable and
secure energy for light vehicles in the UK' now @AllEnergy
Andrew Scott's presentation on ‘Longer Blades & Floating Structures: Key Innovations’ at All Energy now available http://t.co/JE8ebjhePY
Felicity Jones from project partner GL Garrad Hassan is presenting 'Wave & Tidal Energy' now in the Fleming Auditorium @AllEnergy
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23 May 2013
John Batterbee presents ‘An affordable transition for light vehicles’ at All Energy
23 May 2013
Andrew Scott presents ‘Longer Blades & Floating Structures: Key Innovations’ at All Energy
22 May 2013
George Day presents on ‘The System Wide Value and Impact of CCS’ at All Energy
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