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  • In this issue we include articles covering everything from the definition of, and progress being made torwards, zero carbon homes (page 12), via the prospects for geothermal enery in the UK (page 14) to smart metering and human behavior ( page 26). The natural gas theme is taken up again on page 20 ...

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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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  • The main feature of this issue is CCS, which starts on page 12, with round-up of UK activity from the CCS Association, and includes details of work that  the Energy Institute is doing and CCS as appield to the oil and gas industry.Elsewhere, we take a hard look at various solutions proposed to ...

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  • We have a strong feature on offshore renewables in this issue. The discussion on reducing costs for offshore wind energy starts with the viewpoint article from ScottishPower Renewables’ Jonathan Cole and continues with Marc Height’s assessment starting on page 14. We also include two articles on new...

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  • New and renewable energy technologies have moved very firmly into the mainstrem, as several feature articles in this issue describe.

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  • The main themes of this issue are changing patterns of electricity and heat generation across Europe. Steady, rather than rising, electricity loads and the connection of ever more renewable generating capacity to grids are conspiring to change the way utilities serve consumers. Similarly, new low ca...

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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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