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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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  • Organic Rankine Cycle turbines can be used to increase the energy efficiency of various industrial operations by turning waste heat into useful energy. Sabrina Santarossa explains.

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  • Pivotal to the success of any manufacturing operation is efficiency, says Nick Boughton, who explains the importance of managing energy efficiency in a variety of sectors, including data centres, pump centres and manufacturing plants.

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  • Certain US states are continuing to push forward energy efficiency measures and improve the carbon intensity of their building and transport sectors – despite federal rollbacks on clean vehicle and other major energy-saving standards, according to a new report from the American Council for En...

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  • The energy performance gap – the difference between what buildings are designed to do and what they actually achieve – can cost homeowners hundreds of pounds extra in heating bills each year, and cause new homes to emit far more carbon dioxide than they should. So, whatȁ...

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  • What has been described as the world’s first carbon-negative data centre – which results in carbon dioxide being removed from the atmosphere – is set to open in central Sweden later this year.The pioneering facility, developed by Swedish data centre developer...

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  • Dublin City University is looking well beyond an energy management programme and towards a carbon neutral future for the establishment. Here, Richard Kelly MEI describes the development of the strategy.

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  • A low carbon city can also have many other benefits for its inhabitants, as Andrew Sudmant and Andy Gouldson write.

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  • A combination of solar photovoltaic and thermal technologies, plus battery and thermal storage, allows two buildings in Swansea to generate more energy than they use. Now the ‘active’ concept is to be extended to homes, as Dr Jonny Williams describes.

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  • The government is set to invest £36mn into a new ‘Active Building Centre’ (ABC) based at Swansea University, in a bid to accelerate the market adoption of solar-powered building design whilst tackling barriers faced by the industry.Based at the university’s Swansea Bay cam...

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