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  • Biogas is playing a more central role in European policymakers’ decarbonisation plans – with biomethane showing particular promise across the energy sector, writes Mieke Decorte.

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  • In the second in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks across the UK, Callum Duffy, Chair of the South West and South Wales YPN, looks at some of the technical requirements for installing offshore wind in India.

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  • Could hydrogen and fuel cells really contribute to low carbon futures? Here, Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre’s Dr Justyna Kulczyk-Malecka describes some of her work in England’s North West.

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  • Distributed electricity generation could be the key to remedying global inequalities in energy access, as well as providing resilience in the face of extreme weather events, write Bernard Bulkin, Stephanie Gallo Mendoza and Iain Staffell.

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  • After enjoying a decade of policy support, community energy developers in the UK are having to re-imagine business models and revenue streams for themselves. Jennifer Johnson looks at what it will take to keep the sector on course.

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  • We know that integrating variable renewable technologies, such as solar, into electricity systems is neither impossible nor ruinously expensive – now is the time for investors to think bigger, write Dr Charles Donovan and Dr Ajay Gambhir.

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  • How powerful is the move towards smaller-scale, locally-based energy generation projects around the world, and what are the industry implications? Marie Claire Brisbois has been studying exactly these questions.

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  • If technology and austerity aren’t holding back the UK’s local energy schemes, many operated by municipal government, then why is there a poor take up? Andrew Mourant explores the issue.

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  • Several sub-Saharan African countries are preparing to develop gas reserves, primarily for export as LNG, but also for domestic consumption. Robert Stokes reports.

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  • Spain has at times led the way in developing renewable energy in Europe but, as in the UK, there have also been quiet periods as government support has dwindled. Here, Robert Stokes reports from Málaga on the prospects for PV and wider energy policies in the upcoming month’s general election.

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