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  • The Nordic region is delivering on bold climate and energy ambitions and its success and perspectives on the future hold lessons for many others, as Tim Jones writes.

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  • Wales has substantial land resources that can be used to generate energy, including bioenergy – and biomass is an important piece of the sustainable energy ‘jigsaw’ in the principality. Andrew Williams reports from Cardiff.

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  • Matthew Harnack writes on the scope for operation and maintenance activities to maximise both the performance and availability of large solar parks.

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  • There is plenty of life in Scotland’s small-scale hydropower industry, but what is the situation is similarly rainy Wales? Here, Crispin Angood from renewable energy consultancy Dulas writes.

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  • Solar power generating capacity in Africa totals just a tiny fraction of that installed in other continents – but this could be about to change. Keith Nuthall reports.

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  • The UK has dropped one position to 8th in the latest EY Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), prompted by marked slowdown in clean energy investment ahead of its planned departure from the European Union. EY’s latest annual Index comes amid widespread concerns across the...

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  • Electricity generated from renewable sources may far exceed demand in future summers, despite the expected growth in electricity needed to charge electric vehicles and for space heating, leading to power prices crashing in the warmer months. So suggests new analysis from Aurora Energy Res...

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  • You may think that recent and future growth in renewables is all about solar and wind but, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) latest report, bioenergy provided half of all renewable energy use in 2017 and will be the biggest growth area for renewables between 2018 a...

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  • Europe’s electricity industry expects to grow considerably, expanding into the transport and heat sectors in a bid to extend decarbonisation beyond the power sector. Here, Liz Mewmark interviews the Secretary General of trade association Eurelectric, Kristian Ruby.

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  • More than 14,800 renewable energy patents were filed globally in 2017 – up by 43% from 2016, thanks to improving industry innovation and increasing incentivisation for R&D investment, according to new research by law firm EMW.According to EMW, patents for solar power, wind energy, bi...

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