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Climate change Portraits: Nigel Brandon

11-24-2011 14:47 BJT

Professor Nigel Brandon is the director of the Energy Futures Lab at Imperial College in London, UK which is leading cross-faculty, interdisciplinary energy research programmers across the college, committed to the UK low carbon transformation, and developing all-electric economy.

Nigel Brandon

He is a founder and Chief Scientific Advisor of Ceres Power(, an AIM listed company spun out from Imperial College, which is developing a range of products based around metal supported SOFCs. He is also a member of the British Royal Engineers, Chartered Engineer, Energy Institute, the British materials, ores and metallurgical Association and the British City and Guilds member.

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CNTV.CN

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