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Coal and Gas Power Generation : Information sources. Angela Betts and Sarah Davis. E.ON UK, Power Technology and the Library Team. One of the UK’s Leading Energy Suppliers Second largest electricity generator Second largest distribution network.

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e on uk power technology and the library team
E.ON UK, Power Technology and the Library Team
  • One of the UK’s Leading Energy Suppliers
  • Second largest electricity generator
  • Second largest distribution network
  • Centre for innovation, energy technologies & Engineering within E.ON UK
  • 280 highly qualified engineers & scientist
  • Work for E.ON UK and a Global portfolio of companies

Power Technology

  • A team of five serving mainly Power Technology
  • Provide traditional library service and access to online information
  • Service has advanced over the last 5years
our portfolio
Our Portfolio
  • 3 coal fired power stations: Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Ironbridge

and Kingsnorth

  • Largest coal fired utility in UK (2005) – 4.9GW power
  • Environmental concerns
  • New units at Kingsnorth
  • 5 gas power stations: Connah’s Quay, Cottam

Development Centre, Enfield, Killingholme and Taylors Lane

  • Gas fired combined heat and power plant: Grain
  • Underground gas storage facility
  • Plus other power plants – wind, hydro and biomass
internal information sources unique to us
Internal Information Sources – Unique To Us
  • Current reports
  • Historical reports, documents, station manuals
  • Standards
  • Colleagues/person in the know

Internal/External Sources

  • Modern Power Station Practice books
  • Advances in Power Station Construction book
  • Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) reports
  • Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) reports
external sources hard copy
ExternalSources – Hard Copy

Standards

  • British Standards
  • Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM)

Standards

  • Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) Standards
  • Foreign Standards – ASTM, DIN, VGB, ASME

Journals

  • Coal UK
  • UK Powerfocus
  • Power UK
  • Modern Power Systems
external sources online
ExternalSources - Online
  • Databases/search engine
    • Scirus
    • Science Direct
    • Scopus
    • Dialog

UK

  • DTI
  • Coal Authority
  • Energy Networks Association (ENA)
  • Association of Electricity Producers (AEP)

Other

  • Gas Technology Institute
  • World Coal Institute
  • International Gas Union
  • International Energy Agency (IEA)
  • US Department of Energy (DOE)
clean fossil fuels
Clean Fossil Fuels
  • Technologies which convert coal, gas & oil to energy with reduced emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

Existing Plant

  • Low NOx burners fitted to all coal fired power stations to reduce any oxide of nitrogen emissions, which are associated with acid rain
  • All coal used at E.ON sites has a low sulphur content
  • Biomass co-firing projects currently running at all three coal fired stations in the UK.
  • Flue Gas Desulphurisation unit fitted at Ratcliffe-on-Soar which removes 90% of sulphur dioxide from the fumes
areas of research
Areas of Research
  • Cleaner Coal Combustion - Plant efficiency improvements, advanced coal-fired supercritical boilers, fluidised bed combustion
  • Capture & Storage of Carbon Dioxide - pre & post combustion, capture of and transportation & long-term storage of CO2
  • Innovative Technologies - Integrated gasification Combined cycle, fuel cells, advanced combined cycle gas turbines.
legislation standards
Legislation & Standards
  • BSI & Foreign Standards
  • BSI Update Journal
  • Legislation – UK, EU
  • IHS
  • Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD)European Directive to reduce emissions of Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Oxide and dust from Large Combustion Plant

Information on LCPD available from:

DEFRA, EUROPA and E.ON UK ‘s website

journals
Journals

Internal Information

  • Current Reports
  • Historical Reports

General Information

  • Books
  • Coal & Power Industry journals
  • General Websites
  • Journal of Cleaner Production
  • International Journal for Greenhouse Gas Control
  • IEA Clean Coal Centre Newsletter
online sources
Online Sources:

UK

  • DTI – Clean Coal Technology Programme Abatement Programme

European

  • EU – Energy Research, CO2 Capture & Storage, Zero Emissions Fossil fuel Power Stations

USA

  • DOE - Clean Coal Technology Programme, Fossil Energy
  • EPA – Clean Energy Programme
  • Future Coal Fuels

International

  • IEA - Clean Coal Centre, coal online, Greenhouse Gas R&D programme
  • World Council – Cleaner Fossil fuel systems
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