ARTICLES ON ENERGY BY GORDON TAYLOR

4/70 "Cooling Systems", Automobile Engineer, April-May-June 1970.

11/77 "A Solar Trip to Germany", Sunworld, No 6, November 1977.

8/78 "Britain Must Come Out of the Shadow", The Engineer, 3/10 August 1978

8/78 "Sweden Strides Towards a Solar Society", New Scientist, 24 August 1978

8/78 "Major Solar Heating Projects Start in Sweden", Financial Times European Energy Report No 15, 29 August 1978

9/78 "Solar Heating and Energy Coservation in Sweden", H and V News, Vol 21, No 18, 1 September 1978, p 24

11/78 New Publications : "Solar Sweden" and "Energy R and D in Sweden", Financial Times European Energy Report No 21, 21 November 1978

12/78 "Solar Engines Steal the Show at Denver", International Power Generation, Vol 1 No 8, Dec. 1978 - Jan. 1979

2/79 "Benn says 'Consideration of FBR‘s should be delayed'" & "Cause of Swedish Solar Heat Store Leak", Financial Times European Energy Report No 27, 13 February 1979

2/79 Book Review : "A Low Energy Strategy for the United Kingdom", Financial Times European Energy Report No 28, 27 February 1979

3/79 Conference Notes : "Electric Vehicle Progress" & "Heat Pumps for Space and Process Heating", Financial Times European Energy Report No 29, 13 March 1979

4/79 Conference Notes : "Energy Savings Can Be Profitable", Financial Times European Energy Report No 31, 10 April 1979

4/79 District Heating Round-Up : "Waiting for Marshall", Financial Times European Energy Report No 32, 24 April 1979

5/79 "Big Savings Possible with Conservation and Passive Solar Design", Financial Times European Energy Report No 33, 8 May 1979

5/79 Energy Projects : "Milton Keynes (Solar) House", Financial Times European Energy Report No 34, 22 May 1979

6/79 New Publication: "Energy Development and Land in the United Kingdom", Financial Times European Energy Report No 36, 19 June 1979

7/79 "Solar Thermal Power a Major Topic at Atlanta Conference" & "Free Piston Stirling Engines Increase Solar Thermal Efficiency", International Power Generation Vol 2 No 5, July-August 1979

7/79 "Sixth OTEC Conference : OTEC Plant Developments Steaming Ahead" & U.S. Monitor: "Hybrid/Electric Vehicles Won‘t Make Big Impact by 2000", Financial Times European Energy Report No 38, 17 July 1979

8/79 "Swedish Solar District Heating Scheme Nears Completion" & New Publications: "Energy From the Biomass", The Watt Committee on Energy, Report No 5, Financial Times European Energy Report No 41, 28 August 1979

10/79 "Bright Prospects for Solar Cell Electricity", International Power Generation Vol 2 No 7, October 1979

10/79 "Hot Rocks an Important Potential U.K. Energy Source", Financial Times European Energy Report No 44, 9 October 1979

10/79 "Conservation: Energy Control Microprocessors Offer One Year Payback", Financial Times European Energy Report No 45, 23 October 1979

11/79 "Improving Prospects for OTEC Power", International Power Generation Vol 2 No 8, November 1979

11/79 "A Clearer Case for District Heating of Cities" (A critique of Energy Paper 35, the "Marshall Study"), Electrical Review, Vol 205 No 18, 9 November 1979, p 38

11/79 "U.K. Could Reduce Energy Use in Buildings by 40 to 50 %", Financial Times European Energy Report No 47, 20 November 1979

1/80 "Big Growth in U.K. Transport Energy Use Predicted", Financial Times European Energy Report No 50, 1 January 1980

1/80 "German Test House Shows Massive Cuts in Heating Needs are Feasible", Financial Times European Energy Report No 52, 29 January 1980

2/80 "Newcastle bids for lead in U.K. district heating - in vain ?", New Publications: "Energy Technologies for the United Kingdom", Department of Energy, Energy Paper No 39, Financial Times European Energy Report No 53, 12 February 1980

2/80 "Positive first results from U.K. waste fuel plants", Comment: "WDF plants should be costed as energy sources", Financial Times European Energy Report No 54, 26 February 1980

3/80 "U.K. industry visits reveal major energy saving opportunities", Financial Times European Energy Report No 55, 11 March 1980

3/80 "CEGB‘s nuclear versus coal cost estimates challenged", Publications: "Energy: A Register of Research, Development and Demonstration in the United Kingdom, Part 1 - Energy Conservation", Energy Technology Support Unit, Department of Energy, November 1979. : "Energy Savings in Houses: Catalogue of R, D and D Projects of the Member States and the European Communities", Directorate General XII, EEC Commission, Financial Times European Energy Report No 56, 25 March 1980

4/80 "Solar Energy in the 80‘s" - Conference Report, Heating and Ventilating Review, April 1980

4/80 "Sunlight cuts lighting loads by up to 50 %", "Lighting Design saves energy", Financial Times European Energy Report No 57, 8 April 1980

4/80 "Fluorescent bulb cuts power use 'by 75 %' ", "U.K. local authority cuts energy use in buildings by 20 %", Financial Times European Energy Report No 58, 22 April 1980

5/80 Publications: "Solar versus Nuclear: To Choose an Energy Future", Swedish Secretariat for Future Studies, 1980, Financial Times European Energy Report No 59, 6 May 1980

6/80 Conference Report - "Effective Use of Electricity in Buildings", Building Services and Environmental Engineer, June 1980.

6/80 "U.K. starts up first utility-run C.H.P. scheme", Financial Times European Energy Report No 62, 17 June 1980

7/80 "I.D.H.E. Conference works out its Strategy for Survival", Building Services and Environmental Engineer, July 1980.

7/80 "U.K. shifts funding of low energy house studies", Financial Times European Energy Report No 63, 1 July 1980

7/80 Review of book "Renewable Energy", by Bent Sorensen, Financial Times European Energy Report No 64, 15 July 1980

8/80 "Stopping the Great Escape" - a report on the B.S.I. Conference, Building Services and Environmental Engineer, August 1980, p 3.

8/80 "Solar Heating throughout Europe" - a report on the U.K.-I.S.E.S. Conference, Heating and Ventilating Review, August 1980, p 6

8/80 Review of book "Thermochemical Energy Storage", by Gunnar Wettermark, Review of book "Swedish Energy Storage Projects 1979", by Stellan Atterkvist, Financial Times European Energy Report No 66, 12 August 1980

8/80 Review of book "Heat Recovery Systems" by D.A. Reay, Electrical Review, 22/29 August 1980

9/80 Review of book "Stirling Engines" by G. Walker, International Power Generation, September 1980, p 15

9/80 "Panel Calls for Big Rise in Swedish (Energy) R & D Spending", Financial Times European Energy Report No 69, 22 September 1980

10/80 "A New Standard Text for the Built Environment ?" (Review of book "Indoor Climate", by D.A. McIntyre), Electrical Review, 5 October 1980, p 31

11/80 "Looking at the Prospects for Solar Energy in the 1980s", Building Services and Environmental Engineer, November 1980, p 15

11/80 "Medium-Scale Diesel Generators Good for C.H.P. Schemes", Electrical Review, 7 November 1980, p 45.

12/80 Review of book "Heat Pumps", by R.D. Heap, Electrical Review, 12-19 December 1980, p 48

1/81 "Understanding Solar Heating" - Conference Report, Building Services, January 1981, p 48

6/81 "Village Store" (A description of the Lambohov group solar heating scheme), Building Services, June 1981, p 23

7/81 "Study Predicts Disturbing Cost Escalation for Nuclear Power" (A review of the Komanoff Study), Electrical Review, 3 July 1981, p 31

1/82 "Thermal Controls" (A review of the book "Thermal Control of Buildings", by Dr David Fisk), Building Services, January 1982, p 59

5/82 "No More Nuclear, says 'Real Costs' Study", (A review of the C.S.E.N.E. Report), Electrical Review, 14 May 1982, p 32

7/82 "Better by Tube", (A description of the Philips Evacuated Tubular Solar Collector), Building Services, July 1982, p 38

8/82 "Wave Energy Breakthrough Under Threat", Modern Power Systems, August 1982, p 11

9/82 "Coal-Fired Stirling Engines" - Conference Report, Modern Power Systems, September 1982, p 27

9/82 "(Energy-Related) Construction Could Cut Unemployment‘ ", Energy Manager, September 1982, p 9

10/82 "Advances in Vehicle Aerodynamics" - Conference Report, Automotive Engineer, October/November 1982, p 44

11/82 "Sun Up in the Midlands" - Conference Report, Building Services, November 1982, p 9

11/82 "Sizewell B: An Ill-Prepared Case" (A critique of the CEGB Statement of Case), Electrical Review, 19 November 1982, p 16

2/83 "The Less-Electric Home" - Conference Report, Building Services, February 1983, p 50

4/83 "Contradiction in Conservation Policy", p 7 & "Control Guide" (Review of book "Automatic Controls for Heating and Air Conditioning", by K.M. Letherman), p 73, Building Services, April 1983, p 7

7/83 "A Misleading Statement of Costs" (A critique of a CEGB report), Electrical Review, 1 July 1983, p 27

8/83 "Officials Clash Over Energy Conservation" (Comparison of 2 Department of Energy reports) Electrical Review, 5-12 August 1983, p 20

8/83 "Heat Stores for All" - Conference Report, Building Services, August 1983, p 52

4/84 "Economic Solar Heating" - Conference Report, Building Services, April 1984, p 7

6/84 "Sweden‘s Energy" (Feature article), Building Services, June 1984, p 31

7/84 "Solar Workout" (A report on the First EC Conference on Solar Heating), Building Services, July 1984, p 43


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