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  • Gas-fired generating capacity installed in 2018 was nearly double the figure for renewables.Natural gas dominated new electricity generating capacity commissioned in the US last year, according to data released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) – but renewables are poised to make a ...

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  • There are many routes to decarbonisation of heating, but the use of heat pumps – alongside gas boilers and controls designed to minimise costs and emissions – could be influential. PassivSystems’ Colin Calder writes.

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  • Waste-to-energy technology has been around for a long time but, argues Arup’s Ben Glover, the industry needs to up its game with respect to efficiency to maximise benefits. The waste-fuelled CHP facility being built at Kemsley in  Kent shows the way forward. 

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  • Renewable energy has a solidly mainstream place in the global energy system these days, and we include six articles in this issue. First, on targets, a story of California’s plans to move to 100% renewables by 2045; second, on subsidies, a discussion of whether – and how and when – renewables in Eur...

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  • What is said to be the world’s first grid-scale pumped heat energy storage (PHES) system has been commissioned by the technical team at the Sir Joseph Swan Centre for Energy Research at Newcastle University. Based in Fareham, Hampshire, the facility includes grid-coupled PHES technology rated a...

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  • Nottingham City Council has secured over £5mn to roll out its ‘Energiesprong’, an ultra-low energy homes pilot scheme, which will include improvements to over 150 Nottingham City Homes’ (NCH) properties. The scheme will tackle some of NCH’s older housing stock that is hard to heat, lifting resi...

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  • Where one company’s waste heat stream is a neighbour’s heat source, we have the beginnings of an integrated energy system. They often involve heat networks. Here, David Appleyard looks at two innovative schemes involving smart heat and power distribution to multiple users. 

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  • In this issue:Optimising business energy affairs is itself a changing business, with minimising the use of energy now only part of a bigger picture.We include three articles that describe the new reality – first from a ‘demand aggregator’ stressing the importance of on-site generation and demand-sid...

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  • Using natural gas for transport is as damaging to the climate as burning petrol, diesel or conventional marine fuels, according to a report from the European NGO Transport & Environment (T&E).The study found that cars running on gas – including renewable gas – produce as much air pollution a...

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  • China’s first commercially-operated concentrated solar power (CSP) project is now producing energy according to ABB, which provided an automation solution that controls the plant’s production.Located at Delingha in central China, and operated by China General Nuclear Power Group, the 50 MW plant is ...

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