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  • Feature articles in this issue take a good look at plans for a new generation of nuclear power plants in the UK; one looking at lessons to be learned from other projects both in the UK and overseas, the other discussing liability and finance issues.The issue also examines the use of energy in buildi...

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  • Energy used in buildings is one of the main themes of this issue, in which Bill Bordass discusses the gap that often arises between design and actual energy consumption for commercial buildings. We then take a look at building energy management systems and energy used in data centers.This issue also...

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  • One of the themes in this issue is energy used in buildings and homes. We include, from page 14, articles on the interplay between ventilation and heat losses, district cooling in the Middle East, the energy performance of LED lighting and the real world experience of a home fittef with a series of ...

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  • This issue takes a close look at power grid issues - from the use of modular and flexible gas-fired generation to balance the intermittent renewable generation to the incorporation of energy storage within a new supply and distribution system for Shetland.It also contains a strong nuclear theme, wit...

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  • The Hinkley point C announcement came just before we sent this issue to press, but the story is covered in the editorial on the following page. Coincidentally, this issue contains a feature on nuclear matters, from page 26 onwards.This starts with a piece describing the complex challenges being face...

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  • Welcome to the October issue of Energy World, the second with our new refreshed look, and this time with a focus initially on the demand side of energy – specifically in buildings. One concept referred to several times throughout our feature articles is the ‘performance gap’ between a building’...

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  • Will we need another generation of nuclear power plants to deliver energy security and limit climate change to manageable proportions - or can the combination of increased energy efficiency, renewables and, perhaps, hydrogen be brought on-board fast enough to make this move unnecessary? This seems t...

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  • So will the UK see some new nuclear plants? The Dalton Nuclear Institute's Dr PJA Howarth discusses nuclear economics, government support, waste management, possible reactor designs and the role of academia in making this happen.

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