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  • As renewable energy expands across the UK, greater coordination is needed between the electricity system operator and distribution networks. Dr Rita Shaw, CEng MEI explains how a new reactive power market could help.

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  • New models for renewable energy procurement are opening up a world of opportunity for firms that had previously been left out of such agreements. Andrew Williams assesses the growing importance of these ‘virtual’ deals.

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  • The number of renewable generators feeding power to the UK grid, at both transmission and distribution level, is growing all the time. Meanwhile, the number of electric vehicles on the road is rising rapidly. Andrew Mourant looks at how the network is adapting to a new normal.  

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  • More than half of the renewable capacity added across the world last year achieved lower power costs than the cheapest new coal plants, according to new figures from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). The data indicates that renewables have almost crossed a crucial price threshold, ...

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  • The US could achieve 90% clean, carbon-free electricity nationwide by 2035, according to a new report from researchers from the University of California, Berkeley. The 2035 Report uses the latest renewable energy and battery cost data to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of achievi...

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  • Investing $1tn in green recovery measures annually for the next three years could drive economic growth, create millions of jobs and place CO2 emissions into structural decline, according to pandemic stimulus guidelines drawn up by the International Energy Agency (IEA). In its Special Report on Sus...

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  • Germany has unveiled plans for what is at present one of the world’s greenest stimulus packages as it bids to restart its economy after the pandemic. The country’s government has earmarked some €40bn of its €130bn recovery fund for climate-linked measures, including enhancements to public transport...

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  • A consortium of energy and engineering companies known as Norsk e-Fuel is planning Europe’s first commercial plant for hydrogen-based renewable aviation fuel in Norway. The consortium is made up of renewable energy company Sunfire, carbon capture technology firm Climeworks, engineering group Paul W...

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  • The government has given development consent for what, when built, will be the UK’s largest solar park yet. With a generating capacity of up to 350 MW, the proposed Cleve Hill Solar Park – a solar PV array and electrical storage and connection installation – is to be built on the North Kent coast n...

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  • Oil major Total has entered into an agreement with SSE Renewables to acquire a 51% stake in the 1,140 MW Seagreen 1 offshore wind farm project, which has also reached financial close. The purchase agreement also covers a potential extension opportunity of up to 360 MW. To be located 27 km from the ...

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