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  • We're using the term ‘urban energy’ to describe the main focus of this month’s issue – to cover the production of and use of energy within towns and cities through decentralised power (and heat) generation and district energy systems, following last month’s emphasi...

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  • Europe’s conventional, thermal power generation industry is having to change as increasing amounts of intermittent renewable generating capacity join the system. Fossil fuel-based plants are threatened and even closing. Our power generation feature examines the future of Europe’s elect...

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  • Nearly five years ago, James Hoare wrote an article for Energy World that described actions taken to install micro-renewable technology to reduce the carbon footprint of a home. Since then, with huge changes to the microgeneration industry, he revisits the property and reviews the relative success o...

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  • ViewpointMicropower - where mass consumer behaviour could make a difference - Dave SowdenNews3 International newsUS Government funds research into hydrogen storage Greenhouse gas ‘reducers’ join forcesEmissions trading scheme ‘will raise power prices by up to 40%’GE ...

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  • As with power generation, we need to decarbonise the UK heat production sector. But how? Organised by the Energy Institute and the Combined Heat and Power Association (CHPA), the Heat Conference 2012 will - perhaps - provide some answers, as Steve Hodgson previews.

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  • Power NI supplies electricity to around 600,000 homes and businesses in Northern Ireland and aims to provide customers with great value for money and high standards of customer service.  Power NI is keen to encourage its customers to become more energy efficient and to consider alternative sour...

  • Changing patterns of electricity generation are leading to changes in the way that building operators receive and use power and heat, with energy services and independent power distribution companies getting involved. Ian Billington surveys the scene and highlights two innovative developments in Lon...

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