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  • Australia is on track to generate 52% of electricity in its National Electricity Market (NEM) from renewable sources by 2030, even if there are no changes in federal policy, according to a new report by energy analysis firm Reputex.The uptake in renewables is primarily driven by state energy targets...

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  • Global energy investment remained relatively stable in 2018 at over $1.8tn, following three years of decline, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The World Energy Investment 2019 report shows an increase in capital spending on oil, gas and coal supply. Meanwhil...

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  • The fourth in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks is from the North East YPN Committee. Ross Winter looks at what the UK could learn about domestic energy efficiency from an Antarctic research base.

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  • Last summer saw the creation of three new ‘Supergen Energy Hubs’, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and briefs to build collaboration between universities and industry in three research fields: bioenergy, energy networks and offshore renewables. Here, t...

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  • Two British companies – RBS and Landsec – have become the first in the world to join all three corporate leadership initiatives of the international non-profit organisation The Climate Group. The initiatives are focused on electric vehicles (EV100), energy productivity (EP100) and renewable power (R...

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  • In a new report: Iraq’s Energy Sector: A Roadmap to a Brighter Future, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has identified immediate practical action and medium-term measures to tackle the most pressing problems in Iraq’s electricity sector. According to the IEA, Iraq’s electricity demand is l...

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  • The growth of onshore wind energy is collapsing in Germany, according to trade association WindEurope, jeopardising both German and EU renewables targets in the process.Just 134 MW of new onshore wind was installed in Germany in the first quarter of this year – making it the country’s worst quarter ...

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  • If the UK is to secure enough low cost power capacity to meet its carbon emissions targets, new onshore wind turbines will be needed to replace older wind farms – so says a new report: Onshore Wind: The UK’s Next Generation from trade association RenewableUK.The report warns that more than 8 GW of o...

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  • The National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) confirmed the first ever week of coal-free operation of Great Britain’s electricity system on 8 May.The last coal generator came off the system in the afternoon of Wednesday 1 May and a week later there had still been no contribution from coal-fire...

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  • The government is not ‘immediately accepting’ the recommendations set out in the new and radical ‘Net Zero’ report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) – so said a statement from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). But Energy Secretary Greg Clark was nevertheles...

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