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  • The government has taken a couple of small steps in the last week to aid progress towards meeting its long-term net zero ambitions.First, it to relax planning legislation to make it easier to develop large-scale battery systems to store electricity generated at solar and wind farms. Ministers are in...

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  • Small businesses sometimes choose to stay out of discussions around energy efficiency. Here, Jo Southernwood and Tony Day of the International Energy Research Centre detail a cost-effective plan to help them realise the benefits of energy audits.

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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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  • Around the world, progress on energy efficiency has been slowing down. Now, the International Energy Agency has established a new Global Commission on Energy Efficiency – might it make a difference? Andrew Williams reports on its early moves.

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  • The ongoing increase in internet use globally is outstripping efforts to control the energy used both to operate and cool datacentres. But some new cooling technologies are available, reports Elliot Tawney.

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  • Global primary energy intensity improved by just 1.2% in 2018, the slowest rate since the start of this decade, according to Energy Efficiency 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA)’s annual report. The rate is lower than the 1.7% efficiency improvement seen in 2017 and marks the third con...

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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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  • The fourth in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks is from the North East YPN Committee. Ross Winter looks at what the UK could learn about domestic energy efficiency from an Antarctic research base.

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  • The fourth in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks is from the North East YPN Committee. Ross Winter looks at what the UK could learn about domestic energy efficiency from an Antarctic research base.

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