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September 2017 Rayotek Issue

September 9, 2017

Welcome to a special edition of Global Energy News Magazine, bringing you the latest on deals, appointments, research and breaking news in the global energy sector.

In this issue, we discover the glass engineering and manufacturing organisation Rayotek. With experience in all aspects of custom glass and optics, the firm are well placed to offer an insight into this vibrant and growing market. As such, we sat down with Industrial Designer, Jarrett King, to find out more about the firm and explore the secrets behind its phenomenal success.

Taking to the sky, the government is offering funding for projects in the UK to develop new low emission fuel for planes and lorries, as part of plans to promote clean fuel for the UK. There has already been interest from more than 70 groups who are in bidding for the funding.

Additionally, we discover how Marafeq Qatar had a vision to be a leading specialised company, providing comprehensive utility services including district cooling, gas distribution and waste management for governments and private sectors across the country.

Hawaii’s Waialua High and Intermediate School students on the island of O’ahu are returning to solar PV and energy storage-powered air-conditioned classrooms, from project partners SimpliPhi Power, Ameresco Solar and Haleakala Solar. These solar air conditioning units bring relief to student’s sweltering classrooms, that can reach up to 100°F/ 38°C.

However, turning up the heat is the global leader in the rental of power and temperature control, Aggreko plc. We learn how the firm are helping companies increase their profits by creating opportunities, solving problems and reducing risk by using their unique network of global locations equipment and technical services.

These and many other features are covered in this edition of Global Energy News.

We hope you enjoy reading this captivating edition.

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