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  • Energy demand in some European countries has been falling for some time, yet the scope for further reductions in energy demand is considerable, argues Professor Nick Eyre FEI. Just as well, as considerably larger falls are required.

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  • How is the global development of carbon capture and storage proceeding? That partly depends on who you ask, writes Mark Rowe. Yet several promising new technologies are emerging and there are signs that investors are beginning to trust the technology.

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  • Rail is one of the least carbon-intensive modes of transport for both freight and passengers, yet it is too often ‘neglected’ in public debates, says a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report, The Future of Rail, explores a base scenario that projects the growth of glo...

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  • ReNU researchers will work on technology to charge the growing number of small devices.The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has awarded £5.2mn to Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Universities to open a new national Centre for Doctoral Training in renewable energies. Industry partn...

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  • Research into cutting the carbon footprint of the UK’s railways has accelerated with new government support for five projects to study hydrogen, solar and battery hybrid power for train propulsion.Rail Minister Andrew Jones announced that the projects have been chosen for development funding in the ...

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  • Jennifer Johnson looks at why some of the world’s biggest investors have yet to turn their back on coal – and what this means for the growing divestment movement. 

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  • Significant finance is still needed to guarantee energy access for the world’s most vulnerable people, according to a new report from development organisation Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll). 

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  • There are many routes to decarbonisation of heating, but the use of heat pumps – alongside gas boilers and controls designed to minimise costs and emissions – could be influential. PassivSystems’ Colin Calder writes.

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  • Continuing the ‘Energy in Conversation’ series of discussions, Petroleum Review Editor Kim Jackson speaks with Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng, President of the Energy Institute, Trustee of the Shell Foundation and former Executive Director of Royal Dutch Shell. 

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  • Waste-to-energy technology has been around for a long time but, argues Arup’s Ben Glover, the industry needs to up its game with respect to efficiency to maximise benefits. The waste-fuelled CHP facility being built at Kemsley in  Kent shows the way forward. 

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