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  • The International Energy Agency (IEA)’s new Energy Policy Review: Sweden 2019 asserts that Sweden is a global leader in building a low-carbon economy, with the lowest share of fossil fuels in its primary energy supply among all IEA member countries, and the second lowest carbon intensive economy.The...

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  • Biogas is playing a more central role in European policymakers’ decarbonisation plans – with biomethane showing particular promise across the energy sector, writes Mieke Decorte.

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  • If technology and austerity aren’t holding back the UK’s local energy schemes, many operated by municipal government, then why is there a poor take up? Andrew Mourant explores the issue.

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  • Could hydrogen and fuel cells really contribute to low carbon futures? Here, Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre’s Dr Justyna Kulczyk-Malecka describes some of her work in England’s North West.

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  • We know that integrating variable renewable technologies, such as solar, into electricity systems is neither impossible nor ruinously expensive – now is the time for investors to think bigger, write Dr Charles Donovan and Dr Ajay Gambhir.

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  • In last month’s interview, EI President Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng talked about the huge improvement in the availability of energy to populations globally, as well as the continuing challenges for the most vulnerable and those in growing urban centres. In this second instalment, Energy World editor S...

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  • Even though its associated tax relief scheme is due to end in April 2020, the government’s Energy Technology List will continue to deliver considerable performance benefits to technology buyers, writes the Carbon Trust’s May Laghzaoui.

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  • National governments have traditionally been the drivers behind carbon emissions reduction initiatives. But there is a growing opportunity for private sector organisations to show leadership of their own. Emma Watson explains why ambitious target setting is key.

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  • Today’s energy manager can often hold the title of safety, health and environment manager, engineering manager or environmental manager.But they all face the same challenges in effectively managing energy and reducing costs, writes George Richards.

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  • Energy demand in some European countries has been falling for some time, yet the scope for further reductions in energy demand is considerable, argues Professor Nick Eyre FEI. Just as well, as considerably larger falls are required.

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