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This collection brings together information on a range of different energy topics and includes recent and historical energy statistics.

  • Hydrogen is a credible option to help with the next stage of the UK’s energy transition, but its role depends on early commitment by the government and enhanced support for the development of the country’s industrial capability, suggests a new report by the Committee on Climate Change ...

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  • Organic Rankine Cycle turbines can be used to increase the energy efficiency of various industrial operations by turning waste heat into useful energy. Sabrina Santarossa explains.

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  • Policy proposals for the decarbonisation of the UK heat market include those bent on repurposing the existing gas distribution network in some way, and those which rely on new technology solutions. Here, Exeter University’s Bridget Woodman examines the role of the incumbent heating companies.

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  • You can’t miss our major feature article in this issue – an examination of the first legislation to set a carbon emissions reduction target into national law in the world; its effects and lessons, and the Climate Change Act in today’s world of the Paris Agreement and beyond. See...

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  • One option for decarbonising heat is to substitute or add biogas and hydrogen to existing gas pipelines that supply gas for heating. Here, Robert Stokes looks at pioneering projects currently underway in the UK, Australia and Europe.

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  • Discourse around the decarbonisation of heat is often focused on the end goal, but it is about time we take some more realistic bites out of the problem...

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  • Heat pumps will of course contribute to the decarbonisation of Europe’s heat market – but how major a role might this be? Thomas Nowak of the European Heat Pump Association is understandably bullish about the versatility and efficacy of the technology.

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  • One option for decarbonising heat is to substitute or add biogas and hydrogen to existing gas pipelines that supply gas for heating. Here, Robert Stokes looks at pioneering projects currently underway in the UK, Australia and Europe.

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  • The government has signalled its ambitious intentions on future climate change policy by asking the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) on whether the UK should set a date for a net zero emissions target. Currently, the UK is committed to reduce its annual carbon emissions by at least 80% of 1990 leve...

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  • You may think that recent and future growth in renewables is all about solar and wind but, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) latest report, bioenergy provided half of all renewable energy use in 2017 and will be the biggest growth area for renewables between 2018 a...

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