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  • Treating organic wastes in an anaerobic environment (without oxygen) produces biogas, which can be used in several ways to replace fossil natural gas. And while biogas production uses mature technology, the industry has plenty of scope to grow – as this article from the World Biogas Association sugg...

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  • Britain’s North West has a rich heritage of industrial activities, and the region is actively developing a rage of low carbon energy initiatives to continue the tradition, including several based on the production, storage and use of hydrogen. Ged Barlow writes.

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  • Much has been made of the runaway success of offshore wind in recent years, particularly in the UK and Europe. But has the tremendous political and financial enthusiasm for the sector come at the expense of onshore renewables? There's little doubt that subsidy cuts have shaped the landscape in the U...

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  • The UK could reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions using only proven technologies and without relying on the promise of unproved new technologies, says a new and typically radical report from the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT): Zero Carbon Britain: Rising to the Climate Emergency.The...

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  • Heat decarbonisation is one of the biggest challenges ahead of the UK as it strives to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The country urgently needs a trained workforce to install low carbon technologies. Jennifer Johnson asks whether offshore wind offers a blueprint for scaling things up.

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  • A new energy storage technology that allows the coupling of electricity, heat and cooling could play a significant role in decarbonising process industries, as well as district heating and some commercial demands – write Raymond C Decorvet and Mario Restelli from MAN Energy Solutions Switzerland.&nb...

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  • The processes of brewing and distilling have been practiced for centuries, but some operators have initiated a green energy makeover in the age of industrial sustainability, reports Andrew Williams.

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  • We cover energy use as well as supply in this magazine. Reducing wastage, buying well and employing on-site generation and storage are fundamental demand-side imperatives. So, we include articles on low carbon initiatives in the distilling industry; power purchase agreements with renewable generator...

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