Graham Sinden

Graham Sinden
Ernst & Young · Department of Accounting

Doctor of Philosophy

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The growth of international trade is increasing the separation between the location of consumption and the location of production and emissions. As a consequence of this growth, GHG emissions reported on a territorial basis can differ markedly from the global emissions required to produce the products consumed in a region. An overview is provided o...
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Background, aim, and scopeThe assessment of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions arising from products (goods and services) is emerging as a high profile application of life cycle assessment (LCA), with an increasing desire from retailers and other supply chain organizations to better understand, and in some cases communicate, the carbon footprint of pro...
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Investment planning models inform investment decisions and government policies. Current models do not capture the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources, restricting the applicability of the models for high penetrations of renewables. We provide a methodology to capture spatial variation in wind output in combination with transmission cons...
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Wind power is now being used for generating electricity in the UK. It is projected that wind energy will provide 15% of the UK's energy demand by 2015. Meanwhile, the UK is windy country but not at all times windy in different locations and different times of the day and season. Thus, changes in wind speed and wind availability have a large impact...
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The ability of wind power to reliably contribute energy to electricity networks is directly related to the characteristics of the wind resource. An analysis of the characteristics of the wind power resource of the United Kingdom has been carried out, based on modelling of hourly observed wind speed data from 66 onshore weather recording sites for t...
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Graham Sinden responds to an article by David White on the viability of wind power (The Chemical Engineer, December 2005/January 2006 issue). White suggests that there is little difference between the wind power capacity factors of the UK and its Europe neighbors such as Denmark and Germany, citing the European Wind Atlas (1989) in support of this...
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Various issues on the viability of wind power and the wind power resource in the UK are discussed. The UK Wind Power Report state that the use of uncorrected wind speeds in the UK would see wind power production since 1993 underestimated by around 46% in comparison to actual recorded production. While the value of electricity produced by wind power...
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Executive Summary (first section) The UK residential sector can deliver a 60% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, in line with the targets outlined in UK Government’s 2003 Energy White Paper. Such a reduction is essential in light of the growing impact of climate change. This represents a significant challenge that requires some hard, bu...

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