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Durham Energy Institute

Shaping the Future of Energy - Interview with Prof. Jon Gluyas, Director Durham Energy Institute

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Professor Jon Gluyas, Director of Durham Energy Institute (DEI), discusses global energy challenges and how the DEI is working in partnership with representatives from industry, policy and community sectors to research and progress low-carbon energy options. Interview filmed by The Business Debate.

DEI Energy Conference: Session 1 - Hosted by Durham Energy Institute for University of the Third Age

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The first session of the Durham Energy Institute Energy Conference for the University of the Third Age (U3A). Session one includes introductions from Professor Jon Gluyas, Director of DEI and Stuart Corbridge, PVC of Durham University, as well as presentations on Fossil Fuels; Energy Use and sources; Heating using Abandoned Coal Mines; and Making Electric Motors more energy efficient.

DEI Energy Conference: Session 2 - Hosted by Durham Energy Institute for University of the Third Age

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The second session of the Durham Energy Institute Energy Conference for the University of the Third Age (U3A). Session two includes presentations on: Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG); A History of Energy; Firewood to Fusion.

DEI Energy Conference: Session 3 - Hosted by Durham Energy Institute for University of the Third Age

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The third session of the Durham Energy Institute Energy Conference for the University of the Third Age (U3A). Session three includes presentations on the consequences of energy; the role of energy in the development of nations

DEI Energy Conference: Session4 - Hosted by Durham Energy Institute for University of the Third Age

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The fourth session of the Durham Energy Institute Energy Conference for the University of the Third Age (U3A). Session four includes presentations on Social Aspects of Energy Usage and Fuel Poverty; Understanding and Addressing Energy Vulnerability; Final questions and discussion for Energy conference.

MSc Energy and Society report on green deal

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An MSc Energy and Society student presentation by Weni Igirigi of the group project on 'The End of the Green Deal'.

Electricity: are we at the tipping point?

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Co-hosted by Durham Energy Institute and the Energy Institute, this is a unique opportunity to hear from one of the UK energy leaders, Durham Alumnus Ian Marchant, about the big themes that are playing out in the Electricity Industry this decade. Ian Marchant was Chief Executive of SSE plc, a leading UK energy utility company, for over 10 years until stepping down in the summer of 2013. He now has many roles including chairman of Wood Group, non-executive Chairman Nova Innovation and non-executive director of Aggreko plc.

Methane leaks from decommissioned gas wells

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Decommissioned oil and gas wells can leak methane into the atmosphere but contribute less of the gas to the air than agricultural use of the same land, according to a new study. Professor Fred Worrall from Durham University's Department of Earth Sciences / ReFINE explains more.

Postgraduate Energy and Society at Durham University

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MSc student Tricia Oakes talks about studying Energy and Society in the Department of Anthropology at Durham University, why she chose this subject and how she has benefited from her time here.

Professor Damian Hampshire talks about fusion energy, suggesting it could be economically viable.

Views: 1547

Research led by Durham University, in collaboration with the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, has looked in-depth at the economics of fusion energy. The team calculated the cost of building, running and decommissioning a fusion power station and how this compares to current fission nuclear power plants. They concluded that a fusion power plant could generate electricity at a similar price to a fission plant.

MSc Energy and Society

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Find out what its like to study MSc Energy and Society at Durham University

Postgraduate New and Renewable Energy at Durham University

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Postgraduate student Daniel Ukasoanya discusses why he chose to study MSc New and Renewable Energy in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences at Durham University and how he has found his experience here.

Durham University-led carbon capture project receives ministerial visit

Views: 242

Dong Energy: Will The Lights Go Out Panel Discussion

Views: 251

Reflections on 25 years in the energy industry with Ian Marchant

Views: 171

How to Harness Geothermal Energy: Research at Durham University

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Dr Charlotte Adams discusses how her research in to geothermal energy could help countries across the world to access this potential source of heat and power.

Elect your energy future debate

Views: 241

Durham's Multidisciplinary Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy and Durham Energy Institute hosted a public debate on the topic of energy. During the debate MPs, MEPs and other local political figures including James Wharton (Conservative MP, Stockton South), Jonathan Arnott (UKIP MEP) and Jonathan Elmer (Green Party) discussed their key energy policies in the run-up to the general elections in 2015 and provided the public an opportunity to ask any energy related questions.

MSc Energy and Society

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Durham University's exciting new MSc in Energy and Society

The Customer Led Network Revolution (CLNR)

Views: 539

In this video, Durham University staff and PhD students as well as project partners elaborate on the installation procedure and the benefits of Real Time Thermal Ratings (RTTR) technology, which is one of the key smart grid technologies that are to be deployed and evaluated as part of the project programme.

Professor Damian Hampshire talks about fusion energy, suggesting it could be economically viable.

Professor Damian Hampshire talks about fusion energy, suggesting it could be economically viable.

Views: 1547

Research led by Durham University, in collaboration with the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, has looked in-depth at the economics of fusion energy. The team calculated the cost of building, running and decommissioning a fusion power station and how this compares to current fission nuclear power plants. They concluded that a fusion power plant could generate electricity at a similar price to a fission plant.

MSc Energy and Society

MSc Energy and Society

Views: 662

Find out what its like to study MSc Energy and Society at Durham University

How to Harness Geothermal Energy: Research at Durham University

How to Harness Geothermal Energy: Research at Durham University

Views: 2163

Dr Charlotte Adams discusses how her research in to geothermal energy could help countries across the world to access this potential source of heat and power.

Elect your energy future debate

Elect your energy future debate

Views: 241

Durham's Multidisciplinary Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy and Durham Energy Institute hosted a public debate on the topic of energy. During the debate MPs, MEPs and other local political figures including James Wharton (Conservative MP, Stockton South), Jonathan Arnott (UKIP MEP) and Jonathan Elmer (Green Party) discussed their key energy policies in the run-up to the general elections in 2015 and provided the public an opportunity to ask any energy related questions.

Reflections on 25 years in the energy industry with Ian Marchant

Reflections on 25 years in the energy industry with Ian Marchant

Views: 171

Durham University-led carbon capture project receives ministerial visit

Durham University-led carbon capture project receives ministerial visit

Views: 242

Dong Energy: Will The Lights Go Out Panel Discussion

Dong Energy: Will The Lights Go Out Panel Discussion

Views: 251

Gas, Oil and CO2: Is Cinderella Shale now the Belle of the Ball?

Gas, Oil and CO2: Is Cinderella Shale now the Belle of the Ball?

Views: 376

Watch Professor Andrew Aplin's Inaugural Lecture from Thursday 15th May, delivered at Grey College as part of Durham University's Inaugural Lecture Series

 

Fracking: truths and myths about shale gas

Professor Richard Davies appeared on Ireland's Newstalk programme to explain the science behind "fracking".

 

MSc Energy and Society

MSc Energy and Society

Views: 740

Durham University's exciting new MSc in Energy and Society

Richard Davies, Dean - Knowledge Transfer and Impact, assists Parliamentary Select Committee

Professor Richard Davies appeared as an expert before the parliamentary select committee on behalf of The Geological Society, to inform them about shale gas reserves in the UK. To view the televised proceedings click here.

The Customer Led Network Revolution (CLNR)

The Customer Led Network Revolution (CLNR)

Views: 539

In this video, Durham University staff and PhD students as well as project partners elaborate on the installation procedure and the benefits of Real Time Thermal Ratings (RTTR) technology, which is one of the key smart grid technologies that are to be deployed and evaluated as part of the project programme.

A short video about the CDT in Energy

 

A short video about Durham Energy Institute

 

Prof Harriet Bulkeley on greater powers for cities

Part of Friends of the Earth's Big Ideas Change the World series - July 2013

Governments are dragging their heels over issues affecting our quality of life -- like climate change and affordable housing. But cities can drive us forward. They need more power, says DEI's Harriet Bulkeley.

Watch the YouTube Video.

Download a transcript of the talk.

Sustainable energy for the 21st century: Can we ensure a bright future?

A Talk Science debate at the British Library, 23 October 2012, TalkScience@BL

Fiona Harvey in conversation with DEI's Phil Taylor, Daniel Crean, Kirk Shanks and Colin Snape.

Listen to the podcast of the debate.