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  • The UK is transitioning towards a low carbon energy system. Esin Serin looks at the increasing role of consumers in the next phase of decarbonisation, and the associated policy challenges, through the lens of the Energy Institute’s annual survey of UK energy professionals.

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  • Changing behaviour is a sometimes forgotten, but highly effective, part of the energy management armory. This article from ESTA’s Jes Rutter describes the enormous potential and delivers a call to action.

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  • Window films can cut solar gain and thus cooling bills and the carbon footprint of glass-dominated commercial buildings. Yet they are little used. EVORA EDGE’s Andrew Cooper investigates.

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  • Whichever technologies are brought forward to supply low carbon heat to UK homes, the first priority remains to improve the energy performance of the fabric of the buildings. And this is ultimately a public policy and user behaviour issue, as Jennifer Johnson reports.  

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  • Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPVs) – photovoltaic materials that are used to replace conventional materials in parts of a building envelope – are growing increasingly advanced. So why aren’t they more common? Andrew Mourant takes a look at their growth potential.

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  • The Energy Institute has developed two new, free-to-use resources, providing the energy industry with a ‘one stop shop’ for H&S good practice and guidance. Stuart King, Technical Manager, Human Factors & Power Utilities, Energy Institute, reports.

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  • Indonesia was the world’s fourth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases in 2015. Will a new, government-driven renewables programme be able to improve the country’s environmental profile as it strives to expand energy access? David Hayes takes a look at progress so far.

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  • The Magnox stations were Britain’s first-generation nuclear power plants and are now being decommissioned, with Bradwell A the first to enter the ‘care and maintenance’ phase. Nick Cottam surveys progress around the sites.

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  • New UK nuclear has stumbled recently, with three substantial projects biting the dust. Perhaps the proposed Regulated Asset Base funding model will prompt a revival? It needs to, argues the Nuclear Industry Association’s Tom Greatrex.

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