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Innovation for Energy Efficiency presents the proceedings of the conference and associated exhibit of the same name, which are organized within the framework of European Conferences on Technology and Innovation, aimed at encouraging innovation and approaches to energy efficiency. The book is composed of different studies that are presented in this symposium. These studies address different topics about energy, such as the role of the plant manufacturer in the energy market; energy planning; and barriers and opportunities to energy efficiency and conservation. Other topics addressed include policies on energy and the need for them to be updated and the application of these techniques in various areas, such as clothing and housing. The text is recommended for those who work at energy industries; those who are studying ways to improve energy efficiency; and those who work at government agencies in charge with the regulation and improvement of energy use and its related resources.
The Plant Manufacturer in the Energy Market
Local Energy Planning in the UK: Past Experience and New Initiatives
Energy Efficiency - The Barriers and Opportunities
Energy Efficiency Policy and Low Income Households
The Development of a European Market for Contract Energy Management
Updating Energy Policy in a Tanneries District
The Promotion of Energy Efficient Clothing
AFME Program for Energy Savings in Trade Centers
Renovation of Multi-Family Houses with Minimized Life Cycle Costs
Solar Gains in Urban Renewal Through Roofspace Systems
Heat Recovery by Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers t o Improve Energy Efficiency in Farming and Industry
Ecological Building Project of Delft University of Technology
Intelligence Electricity Metering
Fuel Poverty as an Outcome Measure: A Comparative Study of Energy Policies in Norway and the United Kingdom
The Benefits of Using Thermal Insulation i n Buildings for Energy Conservation
Energy Efficiency - A Leading Role for an Energy Supplier
The Economic Evaluation of Energy Saving Investments
Process Integration - An Innovative Approach to Energy Strategy
Managing to Ensure That Industrial Energy Conservation Measures are Effective over the Longer Term
Microcomputer Based Design Concepts to Improve Solar Water Heaters
Industrial Case Study of a Latent Heat Storage
The Development of New Energy - Saving Technologies: Role of the European Commission
Comfort and Low Energy in Medium Priced Housing
Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers for Boiler Flue Heat Recovery
Energy Saving Measures in Pre 1919 Terrace Housing
Combining Thermal Storage and Heat Pumps in Industrial Cooling Systems
Saving Megabucks by Saving Megawatts
Strategies for Improving Energy Efficiency and Energy Management in Smaller Businesses
Energy - Efficient Participation by Building Occupants in Environmental Control: Research and Design Considerations
Energy Efficiency - The Role of Government
C.E.C. Initiatives in the Development of Energy Efficient Plant and Processes
Energy Efficiency - Promoting Action in the North-East
A Computer-Based Fault Diagnosis System for Refrigeration Plant (Abstract)
A Survey on the Energy Performance of the Turin Building Stock
District Heating and Combined Heat and Power - A Major Contributor to Energy Conservation in Denmark
The Potential for CHP/DH in Belfast, Edinburgh and Tyneside (Abstract)
The Development of an Expert System for Heat Exchanger Selection
Fuel Poverty as an Outcome Measure: A Comparative Study of Energy Policies in Norway and the United Kingdom (Abstract)
Energy Planning in Denmark: Objectives, Results and Some Perspectives (Abstract)
Refuse-fired CHP Plant (Abstract)
Boiler Innovations for Energy Savings (Abstract)
Constant Observation - The Keyword to Efficient Use of Energy (Abstract)
Electricity for Industrial Process Heating (Abstract)
A Social Network Approach to Promote Energy Conservation in Neighborhoods
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- © Pergamon 1988
- 1st January 1988
- eBook ISBN:
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