Geoffrey P. Hammond focuses on Waste management, Environmental economics, Energy policy, Electricity generation and Environmental engineering. In the field of Waste management, his study on Fossil fuel overlaps with subjects such as Climate change mitigation, Carbon capture and storage and Nanotechnology. His studies in Environmental economics integrate themes in fields like Second law of thermodynamics, Embodied energy, Environmental resource management and Building-integrated photovoltaics.
He interconnects Natural resource economics and Market penetration in the investigation of issues within Energy policy. His Electricity generation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Energy supply, Industrial organization and Marketing. His Environmental engineering research incorporates themes from Efficient energy use and Energy management.
Geoffrey P. Hammond mainly investigates Environmental economics, Natural resource economics, Electricity, Electricity generation and Environmental engineering. His Environmental economics research incorporates elements of Life-cycle assessment, Efficient energy use, Embodied energy, Photovoltaic system and Exergy. His work investigates the relationship between Natural resource economics and topics such as Energy policy that intersect with problems in Economic growth and Energy consumption.
His Electricity research focuses on Mains electricity and how it connects with Bioenergy. His Electricity generation research includes elements of Waste management, Upstream and Renewable energy. His research in Environmental engineering intersects with topics in Wind power, Power station and Environmental protection.
His main research concerns Environmental economics, Electricity, Natural resource economics, Efficient energy use and Exergy. His Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Life-cycle assessment, Photovoltaic system, Corporate governance and Technical feasibility. Geoffrey P. Hammond has included themes like Electricity generation, Organic Rankine cycle, Operations management, Sociotechnical system and Heat pump in his Electricity study.
While the research belongs to areas of Electricity generation, Geoffrey P. Hammond spends his time largely on the problem of Upstream, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Economy and Biogas. His study in Efficient energy use is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mains electricity, Bioenergy and Secondary sector of the economy. His research investigates the connection between Exergy and topics such as Energy analysis that intersect with problems in Biofuel.
Geoffrey P. Hammond mainly focuses on Environmental economics, Efficient energy use, Mains electricity, Bioenergy and Environmental engineering. His Environmental economics research includes themes of Electricity, Input–output model, Corporate governance, Technical feasibility and Electricity generation. In Electricity, Geoffrey P. Hammond works on issues like Heat recovery ventilation, which are connected to Electrification.
As part of his studies on Electricity generation, Geoffrey P. Hammond often connects relevant subjects like Distributed generation. Within one scientific family, Geoffrey P. Hammond focuses on topics pertaining to Secondary sector of the economy under Efficient energy use, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Waste management and Energy intensity. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Environmental engineering, concentrating on Mechanical engineering and frequently concerns with Absorption and Heat density.
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Embodied energy and carbon in construction materials
Geoffrey P Hammond;Craig I Jones.
Developing transition pathways for a low carbon electricity system in the UK
T.J. Foxon;G.P. Hammond;P.J. Pearson.
Development of design for remanufacturing guidelines to support sustainable manufacturing
Winifred L. Ijomah;Christopher A. McMahon;Geoffrey P. Hammond;Stephen T. Newman.
Exergy analysis of the United Kingdom energy system
G. P. Hammond;A. J. Stapleton.
Prospects for and barriers to domestic micro-generation: a United Kingdom perspective
S.R. Allen;G.P. Hammond;M.C. McManus.
Decomposition analysis of energy-related carbon emissions from UK manufacturing
G.P. Hammond;J.B. Norman.
Development of robust design-for-remanufacturing guidelines to further the aims of sustainable development
W.L. Ijomah;C.A. McMahon;G.P. Hammond;S.T. Newman.
Techno-economic appraisal of fossil-fuelled power generation systems with carbon dioxide capture and storage
Geoffrey P Hammond;Ondo Akwe;S Williams.
Improved data correlations for buoyancy-driven convection in rooms:
F. Alamdari;G. P. Hammond.
Environmental life cycle assessment of lignocellulosic conversion to ethanol: A review
Aiduan Li Borrion;Marcelle C. McManus;Geoffrey P. Hammond.
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