About Claverton


The Claverton Energy Group

A loose discussion group for professionals and experts interested in the energy world covering: technology, resources, policy, modelling, futurology, economics, politics, generation technologies, conservation and conservation, renewables, combined heat and power CHP, transmission grids, nuclear, solar. Climate change and peak oil are taken as givens.

Members share, swap and / or sell information, technology, jobs, ideas, policies etc with an underlying view that we are headed for difficult times on the Energy Front.

There is no group policy as such – merely an ongoing debate.

Some members are highly placed, running large base-load power stations at executive level, others are involved in the upper levels of energy utilities e.g. National Grid, Centrica, Civil Service and other National Transmission systems etc.

Also academics at Professorial level, engineers, managers, consultants, biologist, economists, architects reflecting a wide range of expertise and knowledge.

There is/was a Wiki page –  http://tx1.fcomet.com/~claverto/cms/energy-experts-wiki/Members which  has bios of member’s experience and knowledge.  

 

By these means the Relevance Paradox can be overcome
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relevance_Paradox
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_Routing_Group