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  • Corporations are purchasing record amounts of renewable energy as they strive to keep their sustainability promises – but will utilities be able to meet demand? Corporations purchased a record 13.4 GW of clean energy through long-term contracts last year, more than double the total for 2017, ac...

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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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  • Martin Lambert, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), considers how gas production using surplus renewable electricity can help meet decarbonisation targets.

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  • Significant finance is still needed to guarantee energy access for the world’s most vulnerable people, according to a new report from development organisation Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll). 

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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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  • Waste-to-energy technology has been around for a long time but, argues Arup’s Ben Glover, the industry needs to up its game with respect to efficiency to maximise benefits. The waste-fuelled CHP facility being built at Kemsley in  Kent shows the way forward. 

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  • Renewable energy has a solidly mainstream place in the global energy system these days, and we include six articles in this issue. First, on targets, a story of California’s plans to move to 100% renewables by 2045; second, on subsidies, a discussion of whether – and how and when – renewables in Eur...

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  • Volkswagen has set up a clean power mobility division as it makes efforts to distance itself from the infamous emissions cheating scandal. Volkswagen has established a new subsidiary, known as Elli Group, that will supply a suite of energy and electric vehicle charging solutions as part of its ...

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  • The UK spends the most of any EU nation on subsidising fossil fuels – followed by Germany, France, Italy and Spain – according to a new report from the European Commission (EC), Energy prices and costs in Europe. While these countries spent more money on supporting renewables, such as wind and ...

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