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  • In March 2014, Ofgem referred the energy market to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), because they assessed that it was not working as well as it could. This State of the Market Report is Ofgems first annual assessment of Great Britains energy markets since the CMA concluded its investig...

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    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The balance of power is shifting said EI Chief Executive Louise Kingham OBE FEI as she spoke on the transitioning relationship between people and energy at the University of Bath in November.Presenting a lecture entitled People and energy - a relationship in transition, Louise discussed how ener...

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    • Record type: News Item

  • As the country that inspires the world with gross national happiness'development philosophy, Bhutan is striving to pursue its economic growth while committing to its core values of inclusive and green development. Even with robust economic growth rates, Bhutan's dependence on imports and hydropower...

  • Nations commit to an end to the use of fossil fuels by the end of the century, while slow UN negotiations continue on the road to COP21 The nations that make up the G7 have agreed to limit the increase in global temperatures from climate change to 2°C, and to phase out fossil fuels by the end of the...

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    • Record type: News Item

  • There is no single solution to decarbonising heat for UK homes and a variety of approaches will play a part, according to a report from the Energy Technologies Institute. Marc Height writes.

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    • Record type: Article

  • How are Britains most energy-intensive industries many of which operate high-temperature manufacturing processes going to achieve major reductions in carbon emissions? Well, government and industry partners have published a series of roadmaps that identify likely technologies and their potentia...

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    • Record type: Article

  • Nations around the world face a huge challenge in decarbonising heating and cooling systems. According to the IEA, heat is the largest energy end-use, responsible for around 50% of global energy consumption. In 2017, just 10% of this heat generation was from renewable sources, mainly bioenergy.As di...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Energy Insight

  • In order to meet emissions reductions targets, every sector of the economy must be decarbonised, including power, heat and transport. This Energy Insight focuses on heat, including space heating, water heating and industrial processes. What progress has been made in decarbonising heat? What are th...

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    • Record type: Energy Insight

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