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  • China, the US and Norway lead the way, while research in Europe suggests electric cars are cheaper to own and operate than conventional models.The number of electric cars (e-cars) worldwide has risen to 5.6mn in early 2019 – up 64% from last year – with China and the US largely driving this steep gr...

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  • Energy regulator Ofgem has announced a £117 increase to its price cap for domestic energy customers on default (including standard variable) tariffs just three months after the cap was established. First introduced on 1 January, the cap will rise to £1,254 per year for ‘average’ consumers from 1 Apr...

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  • Rail is one of the least carbon-intensive modes of transport for both freight and passengers, yet it is too often ‘neglected’ in public debates, says a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report, The Future of Rail, explores a base scenario that projects the growth of glo...

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  • ReNU researchers will work on technology to charge the growing number of small devices.The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has awarded £5.2mn to Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Universities to open a new national Centre for Doctoral Training in renewable energies. Industry partn...

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  • Corporations are purchasing record amounts of renewable energy as they strive to keep their sustainability promises – but will utilities be able to meet demand? Corporations purchased a record 13.4 GW of clean energy through long-term contracts last year, more than double the total for 2017, ac...

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  • Shale gas company Cuadrilla has announced ‘highly encouraging’ initial gas flow test results from its Preston New Road exploration site in Lancashire, while also requesting that the government’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) reviews the system of monitoring seismic activity at the site that has severe...

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  • Gas-fired generating capacity installed in 2018 was nearly double the figure for renewables.Natural gas dominated new electricity generating capacity commissioned in the US last year, according to data released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) – but renewables are poised to make a ...

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  • Data released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) shows that the Middle East and Africa installed 962 MW of new onshore wind capacity last year – an increase of more than 300 MW compared to 2017. After two years with lower installations, the regions have almost reached similar levels as in...

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  • Fifty years of generation at the 2,000 MW coal-fired power station at Cottam in North Nottinghamshire will end on 30 September, as a result of the drive to decarbonise the electricity sector.The decision reflects the challenging market conditions over the last few years – Cottam is understood to hav...

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  • Research into cutting the carbon footprint of the UK’s railways has accelerated with new government support for five projects to study hydrogen, solar and battery hybrid power for train propulsion.Rail Minister Andrew Jones announced that the projects have been chosen for development funding in the ...

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