With technological advances, economic pressures and environmental imperatives driving rapid growth in renewable energy, the pressure on scientists and industry to develop and adopt new methods for generating energy has never been so great.
During this time of growth and potential, Refocus provides a forum for debate and dialogue between research, industry, financial organisations and government bodies worldwide. With in-depth coverage and incisive editorial on all areas of renewable energy, the magazine takes an objective look at:
• Biomass and biogas
• Fuel cells
• Solar architecture
• Solar Thermal
• Tidal and wave
Refocus keeps you and your organisation completely up-to-date with the industry as a whole as well as with the individual renewable energy markets. Manufacturers can be confident that Refocus will keep them informed of their competitors activities and of their customers needs. Researchers can see how their work is being applied and learn about the success and failures of renewable energy in the field.
Refocus magazine covers all aspects of renewable energy in every issue. This includes:
• solar architecture
• solar thermal
• solar thermal power
• wind energy
• geothermal energy
• tidal energy
• small hyrdro technology
• fuel cells
• tehnology transfer process
The scope of coverage can be extended to encompass any new technologies that are introduced into the market.
For a fresh look at the renewable energy market look no further than Refocus magazine. Bridging the gap between research and industry, and encouraging essential debate and dialogue, Refocus is a unique magazine in this dynamic market.
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1 Adam Westwood Ocean power Wave and tidal energy review Refocus, Volume 5, Issue 5, September𢀓October 2004, Pages 50-55 2 Emma Dayan Wind energy in buildings Power generation from wind in the urban environment - where it is needed most Refocus, Volume 7, Issue 2, March𢀓April 2006, Pages 33-38 3 Paul D. Maycock PV review World Solar PV market continues explosive growth Refocus, Volume 6, Issue 5, September𢀓October 2005, Pages 18-22 4 HAWT versus VAWT Small VAWTs find a clear niche Refocus, Volume 4, Issue 4, July 2003, Pages 44-46 5 Robert McConnell Concentrator photovoltaic technologies Review and market prospects Refocus, Volume 6, Issue 4, July𢀓August 2005, Pages 35-39 6 Philip Wood Out of Africa Could Jatropha vegetable oil be Europe's biodiesel feedstock? Refocus, Volume 6, Issue 4, July𢀓August 2005, Pages 40-44 7 Don C Smith Sustainable building Building green Refocus, Volume 4, Issue 6, November𢀓December 2003, Pages 62-63 8 George Marsh Wind turbines How big can they get? Refocus, Volume 6, Issue 2, March𢀓April 2005, Pages 22-28 9 Benoit Dal Ferro Wave and tidal energy Its Emergence and the Challenges it Faces Refocus, Volume 7, Issue 3, May𢀓June 2006, Pages 46-48 10 E. Becker | Paul Poste Keeping the blades turning Condition monitoring of wind turbine gears Refocus, Volume 7, Issue 2, March𢀓April 2006, Pages 26-32
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