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  • Small fossil fuel generators were mainly meant to serve as temporary fixes to the problem of intermittent energy access in developing countries. Reliance on them has serious climate and public health implications, but renewables offer a ray of hope, writes Russell Sturm.

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  • It’s perhaps too easy for readers based in Europe to forget that the energy supply scene in, say Southeast Asia where energy demand is in a strong growth phase, is very different than the transitioning picture they see at home. We asked Wood Mackenzie to illustrate the point. 

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  • Learning from incidents (LFI) is key for energy companies to become safer. Here, researchers Victoria L Murphy, Allison Littlejohn and Bart Rienties, together with Stuart King from the EI, discuss what comprises effective LFI, barriers that can prevent learning, and tactics companies can use to over...

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  • The push for net zero means the UK has to develop some way of delivering ‘negative emissions’, perhaps capturing carbon emitted from bioenergy schemes. Here, the REA’s Samuel Stevenson discusses the possibilities.

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  • Both off-grid and utility-scale solar power are on the verge of taking off in East Africa – and the region’s economies and living standards are already feeling the boost, reports Ramadhan Rajab in Nairobi.  

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  • The historical epicentre of black gold is starting to become a little greener, one renewable project at a time. But sustaining momentum will be the real challenge, reports Michelle Meineke. 

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  • The energy industry has transformed significantly in the two decades since the Energy Institute began honouring the sector’s most exceptional people and projects. The diversity of award winners this year – from domestic solar energy champions to highly efficient oil refineries – reflect the speed an...

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  • The ongoing increase in internet use globally is outstripping efforts to control the energy used both to operate and cool datacentres. But some new cooling technologies are available, reports Elliot Tawney.

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  • Aside from electrification, what are the main energy carrier candidates to replace fossil fuels used for transport and industry? Dr Michelle Lynch takes a look. 

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  • Any revolution in energy generation and use relies on similar reform of the networks that connect generators to consumers. Here, Randolph Brazier of the UK Energy Networks Association outlines the steps that the ENA and its members are taking.

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