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  • Health and safety issues are hugely important to the global offshore wind industry, which established its own health and safety organisation, with the Energy Institute, back in 2012.

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  • ABB’s Ameer Ashik and Thomas Havsberg discuss how digitalisation and automation is supporting offshore wind operators to assure safety, reliability, and smooth delivery of renewable power from substation platforms to the grid.

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  • A look at the eight international winners of July’s annual Ashden Awards to create resilience, green growth and fairer societies around the world.

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  • Daniel de Wijze takes a look at an energy industry moving towards net zero, through the lens of the views of Energy Institute members.

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  • How important is the decarbonisation of the industrial sector in terms of overall efforts to manage and reduce UK-wide carbon emissions? Andrew Williams notes that synergies among industries sited in clusters are key to achieving significant results.

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  • Modern wind and tidal energy turbines, and hydropower plants, require specially-manufactured lubricants, which sometimes need to be supplied and replaced in exacting site conditions – such as offshore – writes Jens Kastner.

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  • Net zero operations by 2050 is a new goal for some of the world’s biggest oil and gas operators. Laudable, but how? Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • For the last four years, the federal government of the United States has repeatedly sought to undermine efforts to move the country’s economy away from fossil fuels. Jennifer Johnson looks at how states and municipalities are nevertheless upping their renewable ambitions.

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  • Hydrogen is firmly back on the energy agenda, with production of the gas using excess electricity generated by offshore wind farms being a central concept. Here, Nick Cottam looks at the attractions and advantages of ‘green’ hydrogen production – which could be used to fuel oil refineries, among oth...

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  • Perhaps we have been spoiled by the runaway success of Britain’s offshore wind industry, but the development of these islands’ marine energy resource seems to be lagging behind. Energy World asked the Orkney-based European Marine Energy Centre’s Neil Kermode if he is happy with progress.

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