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  • In late 2018, French solar power company Ciel & Terre’s 70 MWp floating solar plant was connected to the national grid in the eastern province of Anhui, China.Constructed in a former coal-mining area near the city of Suzhou by China Energy Conservation Solar Technology (CECEP) and the China Ener...

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  • Biogas is playing a more central role in European policymakers’ decarbonisation plans – with biomethane showing particular promise across the energy sector, writes Mieke Decorte.

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  • Spain has at times led the way in developing renewable energy in Europe but, as in the UK, there have also been quiet periods as government support has dwindled. Here, Robert Stokes reports from Málaga on the prospects for PV and wider energy policies in the upcoming month’s general election.

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  • Alongside the transition to renewable sources around the world, particularly for electricity generation, is a perhaps equally powerful movement towards decentralised or locally-produced energy, with far-reaching consequences for the shape of the industry. So says the opening article on our first the...

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  • Energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions rose by 1.7% last year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Global Energy & CO2 Status Report. The agency also found that demand for all fuels increased in 2018, with fossil fuels meeting nearly 70% of the growth for the second ...

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  • The new joint government-industry Offshore Wind Sector Deal will result in offshore wind generating more than 30% of British electricity by 2030, according to Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry announcing the agreement last month. If it succeeds, then more electricity will be generat...

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  • Access to clean energy in The Gambia is set to be transformed under a new €142mn initiative to harness solar power and supply clean energy across the country, backed by the European Investment Bank, World Bank and European Union. Once operational, the scheme will increase energy supply in The G...

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  • Data released by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) shows that the Middle East and Africa installed 962 MW of new onshore wind capacity last year – an increase of more than 300 MW compared to 2017. After two years with lower installations, the regions have almost reached similar levels as in...

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  • California tends to lead the way among US states, so its adoption of a plan to transform its power industry to all renewables by 2045 is important. Here, S&P Global Ratings’ Michael Ferguson analyses the state’s chances of success. 

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  • Continuing the ‘Energy in Conversation’ series of discussions, Petroleum Review Editor Kim Jackson speaks with Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng, President of the Energy Institute, Trustee of the Shell Foundation and former Executive Director of Royal Dutch Shell. 

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