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  • This issue takes a look at the development of renewables around the world, from a discussion of renewables in less economically-developed countries around the world, via marine power in Norway to wind, solar and geothermal energy in the Caribbean. Back in the UK, we illusrate, on pge 15, some smalle...

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  • This issue focuses on renewable energy, with major articles on the debate around the size of global biomass resources and opportunities to make better use of UK waste in waste-to-energy applications. We also travel to Africa to report on a huge wind/hydro project being built in the mountain country ...

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  • The first renewable energy projects were developed on land, of course, with a progression to the perhaps more dramatically sited offshore equivalents, yet onshore installations continue to dominate in terms of total generating capacity at least for now. This issue concentrates on onshore renewable...

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  • The main theme in this issue is renewable energy; both pure renewable technologies and those towards the edge of the definition waste-to-energy, and fuel cells. We also cover some of the policy and business items around renewables, such as energy storage options and novel methods of funding projec...

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  • This issue includes an article on the prospects for nuclear fusion energy, and another on the effects on the global nuclear scene of the Fukushima incident a year ago.Further articles cover that other family of low carbon generation technologies - renewables. We assess the impact on the UK solar PV ...

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  • This months issue of Petroleum Review reports that China is calling the shots for Central Asian and Caspian gas, driven by strong economic growth and attempts to slow down coal demand, coupled with a money-on-the-table approach that is trumping European and US supply plans. We also take a closer ...

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