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  • Health and safety issues are hugely important to the global offshore wind industry, which established its own health and safety organisation, with the Energy Institute, back in 2012.

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  • ABB’s Ameer Ashik and Thomas Havsberg discuss how digitalisation and automation is supporting offshore wind operators to assure safety, reliability, and smooth delivery of renewable power from substation platforms to the grid.

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  • How important is the decarbonisation of the industrial sector in terms of overall efforts to manage and reduce UK-wide carbon emissions? Andrew Williams notes that synergies among industries sited in clusters are key to achieving significant results.

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  • Net zero operations by 2050 is a new goal for some of the world’s biggest oil and gas operators. Laudable, but how? Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • For the last four years, the federal government of the United States has repeatedly sought to undermine efforts to move the country’s economy away from fossil fuels. Jennifer Johnson looks at how states and municipalities are nevertheless upping their renewable ambitions.

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  • The government is to support a series of projects aimed at making progress towards a net zero future, including a highly ambitious initiative to develop zero emission air transport. First, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that UK industry will receive around £350mn to cut down carbon emiss...

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  • Coordinated international action on energy-efficient, climate-friendly cooling could avoid as much as 460bn tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions – roughly equal to eight years of global emissions at 2018 levels – over the next four decades, according to a new report from the United Nations Environment...

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  • The government is to relax planning legislation to make it easier to develop large-scale battery systems that store electricity generated at solar and wind farms. Ministers are introducing legislation to remove barriers for storage projects above 50 MW in England and 350 MW in Wales. The UK already...

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  • A further rise in the proportion of electricity generated from renewables is again the main headline from the UK energy scene in 2019, as summarised in this year’s Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics 2020 published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Electr...

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