How Twitter can drive energy transition policy advocacy in Europe

Twitter community management usually splits between audience building (getting followers) and driving engagement (getting shares and likes). Here we are adding third level: Twitter collaboration - joining forces for collaborative actions for common goal in policy or advocacy.

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All eyes on China’s 13th Five-Year Plan for energy

China’s 13th Five-Year Plan for energy (Energy 13FYP) might be one of the most anticipated official documents in the world and is one that will have far-reaching impacts on the carbon trajectory of the world’s number one emitter. Recently, information about the plan begins to surface in the Chinese media. 

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Heatpumps - an overlooked opportunity?

Heat pump technology is well known for the provision of heating, cooling and hot water to residential buildings in an efficient and reliable manner. Less known are the larger cousins of residential heat pumps –industrial and commercial units.

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Energy Transition of the EU Building Stock

The report entitled “Energy Transition of the EU Building Stock -Unleashing the 4thIndustrial Revolution in Europe” estimates the EU energy renovation market at EUR 109 billion in 2015 and 882,900 jobs. It shows that the size of the EU energy renovation market could increase by almost half the current energy renovation market if a 40% energy savings target is adopted for 2030. This would lead to more than one million additional jobs.

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Smart Engineering of Pump Systems in chemcial processes

Presentation about smart engineering of pump systems in chemical processes. Includes overview of technology in relation to fluids pumped and highlights opportunities for increasing the efficiency of punps systems. This includes energy efficiency as well as maintenance both leading to lower TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). Presentation hold by CP Pump Systems CEO Thomas Wuersch @ EEIP Energy Recovery Congress in Berlin...

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Dirty Truth about Heat Exchangers

In this article, Matt Gutschow, co-founder of HeatCalc, provides some insights into the topic of heat exchanger fouling. What is fouling? What are the effects and what are solutions to prevent or at least control fouling in energy recovery projects using heat exchangers. Matt built his insights on the basis of hundreds of heat recovery projects in industry he has investigated over previous years....

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How Twitter can drive energy transition policy advocacy in Europe

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11 September 2016

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Dusan Jakovljevic

Twitter community management usually splits between audience building (getting followers) and driving engagement (getting shares and likes). Here we are adding third level: Twitter collaboration - joining forces for collaborative actions for common goal in policy or advocacy.

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All eyes on China’s 13th Five-Year Plan for energy

Energy Management

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05 August 2016

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Jürgen Ritzek

China’s 13th Five-Year Plan for energy (Energy 13FYP) might be one of the most anticipated official documents in the world and is one that will have far-reaching impacts on the carbon trajectory of the world’s number one emitter. Recently, information about the plan begins to surface in the Chinese media. 

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Heatpumps - an overlooked opportunity?

Energy Recovery

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28 July 2016

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Thomas Nowak

Heat pump technology is well known for the provision of heating, cooling and hot water to residential buildings in an efficient and reliable manner. Less known are the larger cousins of residential heat pumps –industrial and commercial units.

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