Gordon Watt -Business Development Europe – Doosan Babcock UK

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    Gordon has been involved on the fuel cell sector for the past five years and has a talent for helping customers clearly define their requirements, and ensure the delivery of robust solutions that meet the needs and expectations of the customer.

    Confident negotiator, and digital marketer he is able to explore opportunities with people at all levels, and is part of the team at Doosan Babcock currently delivering the UK’s largest fuel cell project at Aberdeen Exhibition Centre.

    When not working Gordon has a keen interest in Cuban dancing.

     

    Presentation Title:

    Sustainability of De-Centralised Energy Systems in a Complex Estate Environment

    Presentation Synopsis:

    Decentralised energy is known to reduce transmission losses, lower carbon emissions and increase security of supply whilst delivering economic benefits and is thus seen as a cost effective route to supporting carbon targets.
    It is no surprise; therefore, that the installation of cogeneration systems has risen dramatically in recent years and is a trend that is set to continue bringing with it an increase in NOx and particulate emissions to inner city areas that may already suffer poorer air quality conditions and are known to have a negative impact on health.
    When considering such schemes it is important to consider their integration within a complex estate. This paper identifies the issues with using cogeneration and considers alternatives that facilitate decentralised opportunities whilst also addressing the wider impact of NOx and particulates to deliver a locally provided, sustainable, competitive and smarter energy choice.
    The information considered in this paper will use the detail of a current project to consider the economic arguments against the wider benefits.

    Key Learning points are:

    – Decentralised energy helps to reduce transmission losses, lower carbon emissions and increase security of supply whilst delivering economic benefits

    – Integration of low carbon decentralised energy within a complex estate

    – impact of NOx and particulates to deliver a locally provided, sustainable, competitive and smarter energy choice

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