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  • Whichever technologies are brought forward to supply low carbon heat to UK homes, the first priority remains to improve the energy performance of the fabric of the buildings. And this is ultimately a public policy and user behaviour issue, as Jennifer Johnson reports.  

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  • Window films can cut solar gain and thus cooling bills and the carbon footprint of glass-dominated commercial buildings. Yet they are little used. EVORA EDGE’s Andrew Cooper investigates.

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  • What would a self-sustaining, low carbon energy world of tomorrow look like? Here, UK Research and Innovation’s Rob Saunders describes progress being made by several UK projects to begin to integrate innovative, multi-agency local initiatives into something that will deliver cleaner and cheaper ener...

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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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  • Bristol City Council’s 133 homes at Ashton Rise are being built using the high efficiency Sig iHouse solution, and heated by individual Kensa ground source heat pumps connected to a shared ground loop array of boreholes. The installation should see each home making lifetime carbon savings of 30...

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  • The Parliamentary Science and Technology Committee has followed the Committee on Climate Change to declare that, while it welcomes the government’s decision to effectively eliminate all carbon emissions by 2050, the current lack of effective government policies in place now means that the target wil...

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  • Offshore wind developer Ørsted, together with hydrogen specialist ITM Power and Element Energy, has won funding from the government for a green hydrogen project.The ‘Gigastack’ feasibility study, led by ITM Power, will investigate the potential delivery of bulk, lowcost and zero carbon hydrogen in c...

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  • Innovation in industrial energy efficiency process technologies was boosted last year with the introduction of the government’s Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator programme. The Carbon Trust’s Paul Huggins outlines what the programme has achieved so far.

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  • Relieving the economic crunch in the manufacturing industry – and preparing for increased demand – necessarily means ramping up energy efficiency, Michelle Meineke reports.

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  • Vehicle transport should be a simple sector to decarbonise. New models of electric vehicles (EVs) are constantly being introduced, and charge points are appearing across major European cities. But is electrification a silver bullet solution? Jennifer Johnson looks at some alternative technologies.

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