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Celebrating one-year of reporting on the industry’s progress toward net zero

ISSN 2753-7757 (Online)

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Welcome to your EI magazine

The Editorial Team is taking a break - there will be no new issues of New Energy World magazine on Wednesdays 24th and 31st of August. We will return with a new issue on Wednesday 7th September with fresh content providing insights on the global energy industry’s transition towards net zero. In the meantime, you can continue to explore all of our articles below.



Quarterly print edition

Welcome to the third New Energy World quarterly, which contains some of the best feature articles and comment pieces that we have published over the last three months.


Setting sights on solar

Innovation is underway in nearly every area of solar energy technology, from new materials to the deployment of floating solar installations and agrivoltaics.

Also in this issue:

  • EI President Juliet Davenport on people power ahead of International Energy Week 2023
  • What does 2023 hold for the energy transition?
  • How can India achieve net zero?
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from aviation
  • Decarbonisation of heat: calling time out

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