Tag Archives: Bangor University

We waste green energy… new research project

Tomorrow and the BBC are filming at Penrhyn Castle on a project we have been working on for well over a year now. The project in outline is simple one which is to harvest heat from the waste water for … Continue reading

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As the old saying goes “Those that can’t teach… lecture” (me) Thanks to Bangor University for an honour

We have been working with Bangor University now for some 15 years on various projects, hosting students, partnering on European projects, lecturing to groups, organising visits, research steering groups, hosting internships and also ending up employing a fair amount of the students. … Continue reading

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So… What is the Human Toxicity Potential of a Hydro? National Trust find out

The title of this blog suggests an exotic impact from our recent hydro development but as reported in the earlier blog we have been working with Bangor University and Trinity University Dublin to understand  a whole plethora of potential impacts … Continue reading

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How quickly does a hydro payback its carbon? There is a lot of steel and cement in there! NT Snowdon hydro reveals!

We have been working with our partners at Bangor University under the auspices of the European funded project Hydro BPT  project. The University have recently undertaking one of the first detailed full Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of a High Head Hydro. … Continue reading

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