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  • Reducing carbon dioxide emissions is clearly the key to tackling climate change, but there should also be a focus on methane, a shorter-lived but more potent greenhouse gas. Catherine Cosgrove and Daniel de Wijze of the Energy Institute Knowledge Service report.

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  • Hydrogen-fuelled cars have some genuine advantages over their battery-electric counterparts. This is why it’s so important to get refuelling technologies right, writes Dale Anderson.

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  • It is still unclear how the decarbonisation of the UK heat sector is to be achieved, but there will be no room for fossil fuels. Here, Colin Sutherland argues that a new generation of clean liquid fuels could at least replace the oil currently burned in many rural homes and some businesses, and mayb...

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  • Employed to supply both heating and cooling, district energy has been in use for many years, but still has the potential to play an important role in the UK’s decarbonisation strategy, says ENGIE’s Nicola Mahmood.

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  • The energy industry has long recognised the potential for hydrogen to displace polluting fossil fuels in multiple sectors – from road transport to domestic heating. But, until recently, opportunities had only been highlighted in theory, rather than trialled in practice. Unconventional gases are...

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  • Britain’s biggest oil firm, BP, has declared it will be a ‘net zero carbon’ company by 2050 – meaning it now has the most ambitious emissions target of any major fossil fuel producer worldwide. At a news conference in London on 12 February, the firm’s newly appointed CEO, Bernard Looney, said t...

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  • John Carden reflects on his experience of undertaking many ESOS compliance exercises, including energy audits and surveys.

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  • As the world’s population, energy demand and emissions continue to rise, Sandy Jayaraj argues that focusing on the ‘mass’ of our structures is a key part of the solution – via a famous equation.

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  • Industrial processes will prove difficult to decarbonise, which is why policymakers have long talked about trapping and storing the carbon dioxide they emit. Could this CO2 be sold and used elsewhere? Robert Stokes investigates.

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