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  • Heat decarbonisation is one of the biggest challenges ahead of the UK as it strives to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The country urgently needs a trained workforce to install low carbon technologies. Jennifer Johnson asks whether offshore wind offers a blueprint for scaling things up.

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  • The processes of brewing and distilling have been practiced for centuries, but some operators have initiated a green energy makeover in the age of industrial sustainability, reports Andrew Williams.

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  • Electricity generation from large fossil and nuclear power stations is necessarily intermittent, due to occasional plant outages, whereas the output from solar generators is variable but readily predictable, argues Blaise Kelly, suggesting that PV is the better baseload provider.

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  • With technologies evolving and costs coming down, corporations are less skittish about sourcing renewable energy to power their operations. The security of a power purchase agreement (PPA) can also sweeten the deal, reports Mark Rowe.

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  • To decarbonise the Balearic Islands, it’s currently necessary to import abundant renewable power generated in mainland Spain. Jennifer Johnson reports from Valencia on the bid to strengthen the link to the islands using submarine interconnectors.

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  • Sarah Jolliffe AMEI, Energy Manager at BAM Nuttall, was highly commended in the Energy Champion category at the 2019 EI Awards. Here, she speaks to Energy World about the importance of human behaviour in energy management – and of cutting carbon at civil engineering sites.

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  • Why does UK industry not make more use of energy data analytics? Mark Burrows has been studying exactly this question, and seeks to explain.

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  • A new energy storage technology that allows the coupling of electricity, heat and cooling could play a significant role in decarbonising process industries, as well as district heating and some commercial demands – write Raymond C Decorvet and Mario Restelli from MAN Energy Solutions Switzerland.&nb...

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  • HVDC cables are a more efficient method of transmitting power over long distances, which makes them ideal for bringing renewable power from remote regions to population centres – and for linking grids together. ABB's Athanasios Krontiris takes up the story. 

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