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  • "Consultation description:Heating of homes, businesses and industry is responsible for a third of the UKs greenhouse gas emissions, making the decarbonisation of heat one of the biggest challenges we face in meeting our climate targets.The Green Gas Levy, announced in the March 2020 Budget, will fu...

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  • "Suggests increasing the RTFO buy-out price for fuel suppliers and to ensure the continued greenhouse gas savings through biofuels.Recent increases in the cost of biofuels relative to petrol and diesel mean that there is a greater risk that suppliers may buy-out of their obligations to supply rene...

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  • The Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) is a cross-disciplinary and multi-partner energy research hub in the Midlands. Its partners are: Aston University, the University of Birmingham, the British Geological Survey, Leicester University, Loughborough University, the University of Nottingham and the Un...

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  • The emphasis of this issue is on fossil fuels. Two feature articles starting on page 12 discuss a new approach to 'clean coal' to include underground gasification and the use of fuel cells for power generation; and the prospects for the production of shale gas in Europe. We then return to renewables...

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  • This issue of Energy World concentrates on energy use in buildings, and particularly how demand management and smart electricity metering can cut consumption costs. We also take a look at converting a Victorian house to meet new, low energy standards. The other main theme is energy use in transport ...

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  • Banks need to work with the government to create a new and more resilient model of prosperity that will enable the UK to build back better in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report  published today (July 14th) by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Enviro...

  • The integration of offshore energy systems, including oil and gas, renewables, hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS), could contribute to deliver around 30% of the UKs total carbon reduction requirements needed to meet the 2050 net zero target. This is according to a new Energy Integration ...

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