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  • Plans to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from cars and vans by 2030, already informally agreed with EU ministers, were approved by MEPs on Wednesday.MEPs and EU ministers have agreed on new higher targets to reduce EU fleet-wide emissions for new cars and vans by 2030. The new legislation sets...

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  • Could hydrogen and fuel cells really contribute to low carbon futures? Here, Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre’s Dr Justyna Kulczyk-Malecka describes some of her work in England’s North West.

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  • We know that integrating variable renewable technologies, such as solar, into electricity systems is neither impossible nor ruinously expensive – now is the time for investors to think bigger, write Dr Charles Donovan and Dr Ajay Gambhir.

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  • If technology and austerity aren’t holding back the UK’s local energy schemes, many operated by municipal government, then why is there a poor take up? Andrew Mourant explores the issue.

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  • Several sub-Saharan African countries are preparing to develop gas reserves, primarily for export as LNG, but also for domestic consumption. Robert Stokes reports.

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  • Energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions rose by 1.7% last year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Global Energy & CO2 Status Report. The agency also found that demand for all fuels increased in 2018, with fossil fuels meeting nearly 70% of the growth for the second ...

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  • Vehicle fuel economy improvements have slowed globally, according to a new report by the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI), a partnership that helps governments and transport stakeholders promote greater fuel economy. The report, authored by GFEI partners the International Energy Agency (IE...

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  • The country is facing a conundrum: whether to boost the slowing economy or reduce carbon emissions.China’s carbon dioxide emissions grew by roughly 3% last year, according to Greenpeace analysis of the country’s annual ‘statistical communique’. This marks the second year of emissions increases in Ch...

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  • The new joint government-industry Offshore Wind Sector Deal will result in offshore wind generating more than 30% of British electricity by 2030, according to Energy and Clean Growth Minister Claire Perry announcing the agreement last month. If it succeeds, then more electricity will be generat...

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  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced plans to invest an extra £24mn to help more black cab drivers switch to electric vehicles, more than doubling Transport for London’s (TfL’s) existing £18mn fund which was launched in January. Under the plans, grants will be restructured to provide more payments...

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