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  • Decarbonisation of heating for buildings will no doubt make use of several different low-carbon technologies. Here, Mitsubishi Electric’s Max Halliwell makes the case for air source heat pumps.

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  • As concerns about climate change have risen up the policy agenda, interest in hydrogen has grown. In particular, the UK is exploring the potential of using hydrogen to decarbonise heating and the EI has published a guide for users. Daniel de Wijze reports.

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  • Distributed generation units tend to be connected to networks at the distribution system level. Nerea Martinez Hipolito looks at the trend for growth.

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  • The number of renewable generators feeding power to the UK grid, at both transmission and distribution level, is growing all the time. Meanwhile, the number of electric vehicles on the road is rising rapidly. Andrew Mourant looks at how the network is adapting to a new normal.  

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  • It's an exciting and challenging time to be a grid operator in the UK, which has seen record levels of low carbon energy on the network since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. But while the record-breaking move away from coal is something to be celebrated in climate terms, the increasing integrat...

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  • MAN Energy Solutions has assembled two further core-components for the world’s largest nuclear fusion experiment, ITER, in Cadarache, southern France. In addition to the already-completed ‘lower cylinder’, the new components (base section and upper cylinder) are central to the construction of the c...

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  • What about integrating waste heat, low carbon district energy, renewables and electric vehicle charging points into one smart urban energy system? Here’s one example from project partner London South Bank University.

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  • Osmotic power is a frustrating concept – easy to describe in theory but not so easy to capture in practice. Are key enabling technologies inching any closer to commercial development? Mark Rowe reports from Bristol and Ed Zwirn from New York.

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  • Paradoxically, the best time to ponder how we move around may be when we’re all standing still. Transport – this issue’s first theme – was at a crossroads prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. While electric vehicles (EVs) appear to have provided a solution for decarbonising road transport, t...

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