Combustion Engineering Association Combustion Engineering Association

The Combustion Engineering Association seeks to promote the science of combustion engineering and to promote best practice. The membership comprises the major fuel and energy producers/refiners covering Oil, Gas and Coal, the makers and suppliers of combustion engineering equipment, and academic institutions concerned with the combustion engineering process.

Formed in 1933 to promote the science and best practice of combustion and engineering, our heritage and reputation goes back over 80 years. With a long history of promoting efficiency in the utilisation of all types of fuel, we proudly continue this ethos in the 21st Century.  With climate change and the drive for sustainable and renewable energy now major global concerns, the need for a better use of fuel for combustion has never been greater.

Address

Thomas Wright Way

NETPark

Sedgefield

County Durham

TS21 3FD

Telephone

01740625538

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Contact

  • janet_todd_netpark

    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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