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  • Rather than using combustion, heat pumps transfer heat from one place to another. Here, Edward Thompson suggests that the latest heat pump designs can take the place of more conventional energy generators within the energy centres of district heating schemes.

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  • It is still unclear how the decarbonisation of the UK heat sector is to be achieved, but there will be no room for fossil fuels. Here, Colin Sutherland argues that a new generation of clean liquid fuels could at least replace the oil currently burned in many rural homes and some businesses, and mayb...

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  • Dutch lawmakers know they need to move faster when it comes to the decarbonisation of heat and transport – and they’re getting serious about hydrogen. Robert Stokes explores some of the country’s most innovative projects.

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  • Employed to supply both heating and cooling, district energy has been in use for many years, but still has the potential to play an important role in the UK’s decarbonisation strategy, says ENGIE’s Nicola Mahmood.

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  • Industry has long lauded the transformative power of algorithms and the Internet of Things. Now, these technologies are having a material impact for decentralised energy generators, reports Andrew Williams.

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  • The energy industry has long recognised the potential for hydrogen to displace polluting fossil fuels in multiple sectors – from road transport to domestic heating. But, until recently, opportunities had only been highlighted in theory, rather than trialled in practice. Unconventional gases are...

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  • One major industrial process in Cheshire is supplied with steam from an unusual, and high efficiency, combined heat and power plant. Here, Peter Houghton describes the plant, which helps to make soda ash and sodium bicarbonate with the lowest carbon footprint per tonne produced in the world.

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  • Some environmental campaigners have questioned the green credentials of combusting biomass for power. Meanwhile, carbon capture and storage advocates have bemoaned inconsistent policy regimes. Jennifer Johnson looks at whether a hybrid solution could make a useful compromise.

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  • John Carden reflects on his experience of undertaking many ESOS compliance exercises, including energy audits and surveys.

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