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This collection brings together information on a range of different energy topics and includes recent and historical energy statistics.

  • Carbon capture and storage is back on the UK agenda, extended to also include carbon usage – hence the new acronym CCUS – following an international ‘summit’ meeting held in Edinburgh. One result could be that the UK’s CCUS project could be up and running by t...

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  • Australia’s largest integrated solar and battery storage facility – Victoria’s Gannawarra Energy Storage System (GESS) – has begun importing and exporting electricity to the grid ahead of the country’s summer demand spikes. The project marks the first time a u...

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  • The National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the government’s ambition to install smart meters in every UK home by 2020 is not feasible, and the cost of the rollout will significantly exceed initial expectations.In 2016, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) est...

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  • Hydrogen is a credible option to help with the next stage of the UK’s energy transition, but its role depends on early commitment by the government and enhanced support for the development of the country’s industrial capability, suggests a new report by the Committee on Climate Change ...

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  • The UK has dropped one position to 8th in the latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), prompted by marked slowdown in clean energy investment ahead of its planned departure from the European Union. EY’s latest annual Index comes amid widespread concerns across the...

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  • Britain’s plan to build a series of new nuclear power plants to offset the planned closure of ageing existing plants were dealt a serious blow last month as developer Toshiba announced that it is to wind up its UK nuclear arm NuGeneration and quit the project to build a 3.3 GW plant at Moorsi...

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  • Falling battery costs are set to drive a surge in the installation of energy storage systems worldwide from 2018 until 2040, according to the latest annual forecast by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).According to the latest Long-Term Energy Storage Outlook report, the global energy storage marke...

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  • A scheme to provide carbon-negative heat into a district heating network has begun in Tampere, Finland – the first time this has been done commercially, according to the project’s developers.The heat is provided from a factory in the Hiedanranta district in Tampere, which burns wood an...

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  • Almost all future emissions permissible in the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) Sustainable Development Scenario are essentially already locked in by the current energy infrastructure installed around the globe, according to the IEA’s latest World Energy Outlook (WEO), rele...

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  • If the right energy efficiency policies were enacted globally this could on its own see greenhouse gas emissions peak in the next few years and then drop – even if the global economy doubled by 2040.This is the headline finding of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) latest...

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