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  • The ongoing increase in internet use globally is outstripping efforts to control the energy used both to operate and cool datacentres. But some new cooling technologies are available, reports Elliot Tawney.

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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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  • Global primary energy intensity improved by just 1.2% in 2018, the slowest rate since the start of this decade, according to Energy Efficiency 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s annual report. The rate is lower than the 1.7% efficiency improvement seen in 2017 and marks the third con...

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  • The operator of a crop-fed biogas plant has seen its energy output double in just six months following an overhaul of the digester biology by anaerobic digestion expert FM BioEnergy. Based in Consett, Co Durham, the 1 MW Generation X plant was operating at just 40% efficiency and was suffering ...

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  • The government has launched a consultation on stronger building regulations that will pave the way for a new Future Homes Standard for new-build homes that will in turn bring an ‘environmental revolution’ to home building. The proposals were unveiled by the Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, in Octo...

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  • Several UK NGOs and businesses have published: Energy Efficiency First, a declaration calling on all political parties to make investment in home energy efficiency an infrastructure investment priority. The declaration says that to reach the UK’s legally binding net zero emission and fuel pover...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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