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  • The US will become a net energy exporter in 2022, according to the US Federal government energy data agency’s latest central scenario. Almost all scenarios in the US Energy Information Administration (EIA)’s Annual Energy Outlook 2018 (AEO 2018) see the US move from being a net importer of energy, w...

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  • UK energy costs have been too high in recent years, despite falling costs of both fossil fuels and renewables, because of inexpert interventions in the market by the government in its efforts to begin the transition away from fossil fuels. This is the first main conclusion from the Cost of Energy Re...

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  • Following striking media headlines about how much new electricity generating capacity might be needed to support electric vehicles, Nick Storer explains how the truth will be less dramatic – through the use of smart charging and demand management.

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  • The availability of copious amounts of data from building management systems, meters and in‑home display units is changing energy management practice. Oliver Robinson looks at how this applies to commercial buildings and homes.

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  • The reform of the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive offers a good opportunity to phase out the use of unsustainable biofuels, particularly biodiesel, says T&E’s Laura Buffet.

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  • Power-to-gas technologies – including the production of hydrogen from excess electricity generation from renewables – could form an important component of flexible energy systems for the future. Robert Stokes reports.

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  • The Australian government has rejected plans for a clean energy target and instead plans to end subsidies for renewable energy after 2020 and push its energy suppliers to foster both ‘reliable power’ and lower carbon emissions in a new energy plan for the country.The country’s Prime Minister Malcolm...

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  • The Catalonian government within Spain has approved legislation that will see the region reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% on 2005 levels by 2030, and by 100% by 2050. The approval of the ‘Law on Climate Change’ in the autonomous community’s Parliament will see the implementation of a tax o...

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