Hybrids -- the face of the future

Excell, Jon
October 2007
Engineer (00137758);10/15/2007, Vol. 293 Issue 7734, p5
The article discusses the arguments regarding the future of Great Britain's energy and which technology is apt for longevity. It includes that renewable energy is the only alternative for a secure energy supply and the development of marginal recovery techniques. It also tackles the use of Eclipse Energy's Ormonde project that will be using wind turbines to generate electricity. It concluded that the two would have its impact in the future of both traditional and renewables energy industry.


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