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Novel instrumentation for monitoring after-hours electricity consumption of electrical equipment, and some potential savings from a switch-off campaign.
An increasing cause of electricity use and greenhouse gas emissions is from IT equipment such as computers, printers, and servers, with worldwide computer use increasing from 1000 million PCs in 2006, to 1400 million in ...
Smart grids, local adoption of distributed generation and the feed in tariff policy incentive
Smart Grids are often proposed as a means make the most efficient use of available network infrastructure. To deliver such benefits, Smart Grids rely on the adaptation of various consumption practices on the part of the ...
Evaluation of the viability of solar PV for Kurdistan
(World Energy and Environment Technology Ltd, 2018-01-25)
Iraqi Kurdistan, or officially the Kurdistan Region, is an autonomous region of Iraq. Following the Iraq war of 2003, it became relatively stable and prosperous, at least compared to the rest of Iraq which was very unstable. ...
Improving the Performance of Solar PV Installation in Rural Locations in Nigeria: A Case Study
This is a conference presentation on the problems of PV powered borehole pumping systems in Nigeria. Many have been installed but fallen into disrepair due to lack of maintenance, lack of money and poor organisation. The ...
Spatial and Temporal Characteristics of PV Adoption in the UK and Their Implications for the Smart Grid
Distributed renewable electricity generators facilitate decarbonising the electricity network, and the smart grid allows higher renewable penetration while improving efficiency. Smart grid scenarios often emphasise localised ...