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  • Modular power provider Aggreko is working with developer RE Power to produce electricity from biogas for a facility in Thailand. Aggreko is delivering 6 MW of biogas-fuelled generator power, providing a flexible way of scaling-up the biogas project and delivering cleaner energy for the facility...

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  • At the time of writing, the vast majority of countries in the world have confirmed cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on 11 March. While the disease initially wreaked havoc on global markets, it’s not yet known how it might impact renew...

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  • Both onshore wind and solar power will be eligible for support again under the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, after the government set out details of the next round of its renewables support scheme, which opens in 2021. The next round also includes proposals to include floating offshore...

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  • A consortium of Shell, Gasunie and Groningen Seaports has started feasibility work on what could become the largest green hydrogen project in the world. The NortH2 scheme will produce hydrogen using renewable electricity generated by an offshore wind farm in the North Sea, which could have a ca...

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  • Yorkshire-based high voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has completed engineering works at the Next Energy Capital solar farm in Little Staughton, Cambridgeshire. Working as the Independent Connection Provider on the project, the team designed, built, installed and tested UK Power Networ...

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  • Some environmental campaigners have questioned the green credentials of combusting biomass for power. Meanwhile, carbon capture and storage advocates have bemoaned inconsistent policy regimes. Jennifer Johnson looks at whether a hybrid solution could make a useful compromise.

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  • In the first of several articles highlighting the Energy Institute’s international footprint, Energy World asked Hassen Bali of ion Ventures to describe the role that renewables with energy storage can play in projects from the UK to Asia Pacific.

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  • It’s usually cheaper to prevent the use of a unit of energy than it is to generate that unit, either from fossil fuels or renewables. In this edition of Energy World, we turn our attention to the sometimes overlooked ‘fifth fuel’: energy efficiency. The theme begins on page 14, where Andrew Wil...

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  • French oil and gas giant Total has announced it is entering the solar power market in Spain, with agreements to develop nearly 2 GW of projects in the country. Operating through an owned affiliate company, Total Solar International, the company will work with local developers Powertis and Solar...

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  • Demand side measures – improving energy efficiency to reduce energy consumption – should be at the centre of government efforts to meet its net zero goal. Even radical change to electricity generation methods will not be enough. So say two new reports, from the Green Alliance and the Association for...

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