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  • Rail electrification is one part of a strategy that should also include energy management for stations and offices – suggests Peter Selway.

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  • It's an exciting and challenging time to be a grid operator in the UK, which has seen record levels of low carbon energy on the network since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. But while the record-breaking move away from coal is something to be celebrated in climate terms, the increasing integrat...

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  • Small businesses sometimes choose to stay out of discussions around energy efficiency. Here, Jo Southernwood and Tony Day of the International Energy Research Centre detail a cost-effective plan to help them realise the benefits of energy audits.

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  • The UK’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has come a long way in a short time, growing by 350% in a decade to 650 operational facilities. Yet, while many efficiency and health and safety advancements have been made across the industry, there remains room for improvement.

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  • John Carden reflects on his experience of undertaking many ESOS compliance exercises, including energy audits and surveys.

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  • As the world’s population, energy demand and emissions continue to rise, Sandy Jayaraj argues that focusing on the ‘mass’ of our structures is a key part of the solution – via a famous equation.

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  • This year marks the global transition to ISO 50001:2018. But is compliance worth the effort and expenditure? John Mulholland makes an argument in the affirmative.

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  • Around the world, progress on energy efficiency has been slowing down. Now, the International Energy Agency has established a new Global Commission on Energy Efficiency – might it make a difference? Andrew Williams reports on its early moves.

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  • One major industrial process in Cheshire is supplied with steam from an unusual, and high efficiency, combined heat and power plant. Here, Peter Houghton describes the plant, which helps to make soda ash and sodium bicarbonate with the lowest carbon footprint per tonne produced in the world.

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