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  • Renewables and fossil fuels are both featured in this issue, including an article on how the home of oil – the Gulf region – is now turning its attention towards renewable energy. In particular, we look at how one large solar project is mixing fossils and renewables to deliver heat for enhanced oil ...

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  • Cooling, plus heat – thermal energy – is the first theme of this issue, in which Toby Peters raises several questions about the feasibility and environmental costs of providing cooling for all (see page 18). We also include two articles on district heating: one describing innovative UK schemes that ...

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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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  • Electricity transmission and distribution systems used to be relatively simple. Not any more – now that huge numbers of new, often small, generators are connected at both high and low voltage networks and power flows can be in both directions. We include three articles on the subject – two on the te...

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  • Aviation, urban transport, shipping, electric vehicles – we focus this month on the changes being made to energy in transport. Starting with an article on early moves by the world’s airlines to find and trial some greener fuels, we also cover similar changes being made by the maritime industry – two...

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  • We return to the subject of nuclear power in this issue, with a focus on new approaches to decommissioning and the development of waste disposal methods that will stand the test of time. We also include articles on how post-Fukushima Japan is facing up to its energy future and the considerable impac...

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  • Alongside the transition to renewable sources around the world, particularly for electricity generation, is a perhaps equally powerful movement towards decentralised or locally-produced energy, with far-reaching consequences for the shape of the industry. So says the opening article on our first the...

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  • It’s time to focus on energy efficiency again. As the opening article on page 14 says, it’s essential that the UK reduces its energy demand considerably, even on top of historical progress, as climate politics demand this. This is followed by a piece on the government’s published list of energy effi...

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  • Renewable energy has a solidly mainstream place in the global energy system these days, and we include six articles in this issue. First, on targets, a story of California’s plans to move to 100% renewables by 2045; second, on subsidies, a discussion of whether – and how and when – renewables in Eur...

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  • In this issue:Optimising business energy affairs is itself a changing business, with minimising the use of energy now only part of a bigger picture.We include three articles that describe the new reality – first from a ‘demand aggregator’ stressing the importance of on-site generation and demand-sid...

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