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  • It sounds like the stuff of science fiction. At one atom thick, graphene is the first two-dimensional material ever discovered – and it appears to have significant real-world applications in batteries and solar cells. Sarah Gibbons reports.

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  • It used to be simple – gas-fired power generation has significantly lower carbon emissions than coal. But the fossil fuel may now be more a more expensive option than power from renewables. And new gas-fired power stations may become ‘stranded assets’. What will become of natural gas in the post-pan...

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  • Greenpeace and the Aldersgate Group of businesses, NGOs and public sector bodies are among many to set out their blueprints for a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The new manifesto: A Green Recovery: How We Get There published by Greenpeace UK, calls for transformative recovery packages, ...

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  • The UK government has published proposals published showing how a new UK-wide Emissions Trading System (ETS) would work. The system – designed by the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments with the Northern Ireland Executive – would be a crucial step towards achieving the UK’s target for net zero carbo...

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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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  • Remember Brexit? The British and Irish Chambers of Commerce, the European Federation of Energy Traders, the Electricity Association of Ireland, Energy UK, Eurelectric and WindEurope have together welcomed publication of the EU and the UK’s respective legal texts on the future EU-UK relationship, whi...

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  • The world’s first 100% green hydrogen-to-homes network for heating could be built in Scotland by gas distribution network company SGN. If proposals are approved by energy regulator Ofgem, an initial 300 homes in Levenmouth, Fife, will have access to hydrogen for heating and cooking within two to thr...

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  • Truly ‘smart’ charging of electric vehicles offers significant benefits to EV owners and grid operators alike, to say nothing of also reducing carbon emissions. Moixa’s George Penny, Sean Whittaker and Hannah Thomson explain how. 

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