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This collection brings together information on a range of different energy topics and includes recent and historical energy statistics.

  • The Nordic region is delivering on bold climate and energy ambitions and its success and perspectives on the future hold lessons for many others, as Tim Jones writes.

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  • A new study explores how the public views and engages with fracking – just as exploration for shale gas has resumed in Lancashire. Laurence Williams explains all.

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  • Wales has substantial land resources that can be used to generate energy, including bioenergy – and biomass is an important piece of the sustainable energy ‘jigsaw’ in the principality. Andrew Williams reports from Cardiff.

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  • Matthew Harnack writes on the scope for operation and maintenance activities to maximise both the performance and availability of large solar parks.

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  • Last month in this magazine we marked the tenth anniversary of the UK’s lauded Climate Change Act – a ground-breaking piece of legislation that has been instrumental in cutting UK greenhouse gas emissions by 43% since 1990...

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  • There is plenty of life in Scotland’s small-scale hydropower industry, but what is the situation is similarly rainy Wales? Here, Crispin Angood from renewable energy consultancy Dulas writes.

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  • As the UK begins again to explore for shale gas, it could learn a thing or two from extensive experience with fracking gained in the US. Mark Rowe writes.

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  • Solar power generating capacity in Africa totals just a tiny fraction of that installed in other continents – but this could be about to change. Keith Nuthall reports.

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  • The largest solar power plant ever proposed in the UK will be reviewed by the secretary of state within the next few months. Cleve Hill solar farm will occupy the north coast of Kent and, if built, provide up to 350 MW of generating capacity...

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  • Now in its 19th year, the Energy Institute’s annual Energy Awards showcase the inspiring accomplishments of energy professionals worldwide. From smart solutions to energy management and flexibility, and a new wave of energy champions, we detail the winning projects.

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