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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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  • The push for net zero means the UK has to develop some way of delivering ‘negative emissions’, perhaps capturing carbon emitted from bioenergy schemes. Here, the REA’s Samuel Stevenson discusses the possibilities.

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  • The historical epicentre of black gold is starting to become a little greener, one renewable project at a time. But sustaining momentum will be the real challenge, reports Michelle Meineke. 

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  • The energy industry has transformed significantly in the two decades since the Energy Institute began honouring the sector’s most exceptional people and projects. The diversity of award winners this year – from domestic solar energy champions to highly efficient oil refineries – reflect the speed an...

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  • Aside from electrification, what are the main energy carrier candidates to replace fossil fuels used for transport and industry? Dr Michelle Lynch takes a look. 

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  • Renewables and fossil fuels are both featured in this issue, including an article on how the home of oil – the Gulf region – is now turning its attention towards renewable energy. In particular, we look at how one large solar project is mixing fossils and renewables to deliver heat for enhanced oil ...

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  • Natural water in the ground below us could be used as a low carbon heat source in many UK towns and cities, says new research from the British Geological Survey (BGS). The public research body is now calling for more research to understand how geothermal technologies could be scaled up across the UK...

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  • Decarbonising the existing gas network will be a critical component in plans for the UK to meet its net zero targets, with decarbonisation of the heating sector being one of the most challenging issues. So concludes a new report, Pathways to Net Zero prepared by Navigant for the Energy Net...

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  • Croydon Council has begun a pilot scheme with Kensa Contracting to install a ground source heat pump system at the councilowned 10-storey housing block in New Addington. The installation aims to cut carbon emissions, help improve air quality and save up to £300 per home per year on more than 40...

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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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