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  • The UK will fail to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 if its regulators – including energy regulator Ofgem – are not given new powers to ensure utility companies invest in sustainable infrastructure. So says a new report: Strategic investment and public confidence published by the...

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  • Several UK NGOs and businesses have published: Energy Efficiency First, a declaration calling on all political parties to make investment in home energy efficiency an infrastructure investment priority. The declaration says that to reach the UK’s legally binding net zero emission and fuel pover...

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  • Some 70% of energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from advanced and emerging economies are entirely untaxed, offering little incentive to move to cleaner energy, according to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).The report: Taxing Energy Use 201...

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  • German coal-fired utility giant RWE has announced a large-scale shift towards renewables as pressure grows for the country to up its climate ambition. RWE – the biggest producer of carbon dioxide in Europe – has pledged to go carbon neutral by 2040. The company’s Chief Executive, Rolf Martin Sc...

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  • The UK is transitioning towards a low carbon energy system. Esin Serin looks at the increasing role of consumers in the next phase of decarbonisation, and the associated policy challenges, through the lens of the Energy Institute’s annual survey of UK energy professionals.

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  • Whichever technologies are brought forward to supply low carbon heat to UK homes, the first priority remains to improve the energy performance of the fabric of the buildings. And this is ultimately a public policy and user behaviour issue, as Jennifer Johnson reports.  

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  • Changing behaviour is a sometimes forgotten, but highly effective, part of the energy management armory. This article from ESTA’s Jes Rutter describes the enormous potential and delivers a call to action.

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  • The Energy Institute has developed two new, free-to-use resources, providing the energy industry with a ‘one stop shop’ for H&S good practice and guidance. Stuart King, Technical Manager, Human Factors & Power Utilities, Energy Institute, reports.

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  • New UK nuclear has stumbled recently, with three substantial projects biting the dust. Perhaps the proposed Regulated Asset Base funding model will prompt a revival? It needs to, argues the Nuclear Industry Association’s Tom Greatrex.

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