CooperӦstlund, the UK’s leading provider of gas engine specification and maintenance services, has launched a series of investigative white papers exploring the commercial opportunities presented by our national transition towards energy decarbonisation.
Available to download via the company’s website, each report explores how cogeneration is disrupting our national energy landscape. From waste to energy applications and blended energy programmes, to decentralised peaking sites and district heating solutions, CooperӦstlund examines best practice from across the industry and how companies can take advantage of decarbonisation technologies.
Tim Broadhurst, CCO at CooperӦstlund, commented: “With radical targets for 2020 looming, the energy industry is undergoing a significant transition. Long gone are the days of centralised supply, fossil fuels and power stations. Today, the key industry buzzwords are decarbonisation, decentralisation and flexibility.
“But with change comes opportunity. Cogeneration, for example, is one area positioned as a breakthrough technology capable of avoiding network losses and minimising emissions – a highly sustainable long-term energy solution. Clean, green and already responsible for 10% of the UK’s entire power production, opportunities for the future are significant.
“Here at CooperӦstlund, we’re passionate about the industry we work in and have spent time analysing its rapid development. As part of our white paper reports, we explore best practice CHP examples and advise how you can take advantage of the opportunities decarbonisation presents.”
For more information about CooperӦstlund, or to download the five white papers, visit cooperostlund.com/sector-reports/.