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Tse, L.K.C., Wilkins, S., McGlashan, N., Urban, B. and Martinez-Botas, R. (2011) Solid Oxide Fuel Cell/Gas Turbine Trigeneration System for Marine Applications. Journal of Power Sources, 196, 3149-3162.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2010.11.099

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  • TITLE: Upcoming Transitions in the Energy Sector and Their Impact on Corporations Strategies

    AUTHORS: Jose M. “Chema” Martínez-Val Piera

    KEYWORDS: Energy Enabling Technologies, Integral Energy Efficiency, Hydrocarbon New Uses, Electrochemical, Thermal Hierarchies

    JOURNAL NAME: Energy and Power Engineering, Vol.7 No.6, June 24, 2015

    ABSTRACT: An analysis is presented on a set of enabling technologies which are opening new routes for energy conversion and consumption. This portfolio of innovations is complemented by a new framework in hydrocarbon production. This integration yields an optimization of energy uses that can result in lower greenhouse gases emissions and expand the lifecycle of current available resources. These options are confronted with the need for higher quantities of energy, at affordable costs in order to maintain the economic development. The conclusion is that there are no contradictions among the general objectives in global energy policy and the goals of corporations. Companies can take advantage of their previous expertise to remain competitive, but have to further develop new skills to operate in a new energy sector that is likely to be highly interlinked; evolving for the previous model that had markets segmented by specialty. New goods, such as the electric vehicles or the advanced high temperature high power fuel cells for generating electricity, should pave the way for a more synergetic and efficient energy sector.