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  • Energy World March 2020 cover

    March 2020

    In the new Energy World, we turn our attention to the sometimes overlooked ‘fifth fuel’: energy efficiency. Exploring this theme are articles on international policy, the value of ISO 50001, corporate power purchase arrangements and the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme.

    We also look at carbon capture and storage (CCS) – a technology that features prominently in net zero forecasts but doesn’t yet exist at scale. Finally, we discuss the growth of energy storage schemes in Southeast Asia.

    Read the March issue

  • About Energy World

    Energy World is a monthly magazine that looks at the entire energy industry and its customers. Through content from its editors, energy writers and industry experts the magazine offers informed analysis on the big energy picture, covering everything from small-scale solar to nuclear power; energy demand to supply; policy to technology – and how these are interlinked and affect the environment.

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