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  • The fourth in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks is from the North East YPN Committee. Ross Winter looks at what the UK could learn about domestic energy efficiency from an Antarctic research base.

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  • A series of short articles covering peer-to-peer trading, radioisotope power, and work on zero-emission engines.

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  • Collective efforts between regional academics, industry players and policymakers are transforming the Midlands’ energy future, writes Professor Martin Freer.

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  • If the shipping industry were a country, it would be the sixth-largest greenhouse gas emitter. Can new pollution regulations finally impose order on the high seas? Jennifer Johnson reports.

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  • Last summer saw the creation of three new ‘Supergen Energy Hubs’, with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and briefs to build collaboration between universities and industry in three research fields: bioenergy, energy networks and offshore renewables. Here, t...

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  • Aviation, urban transport, shipping, electric vehicles – we focus this month on the changes being made to energy in transport. Starting with an article on early moves by the world’s airlines to find and trial some greener fuels, we also cover similar changes being made by the maritime industry – two...

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  • The Natural Environment Research Council and the British Geological Survey are working to design two Geoenergy Observatories that will deliver the data needed to break new boundaries in energy, climate change and Earth science. Here, three of its scientific champions explain why new data on the grou...

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  • The third in our series of articles from EI Young Professionals Networks is brought to you from the Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands YPN committee. Committee Chairman Michael Howie takes a look into how the changing energy landscape will create new opportunities for young professionals.

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  • The prospects for hydrogen as a major player in energy systems ebb and flow, but interest is again high at the moment. Here, Mitsubishi's Professor Emmanouil Kakaras looks to a future in which the lightest of gases takes a role in transport, heating, industry and even power generation.

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  • Much of the debate around nuclear power revolves around fears of leakage of radioactive material and accidents leading to a reactor meltdown. But a fire in a cooling pool – where large quantities of spent nuclear fuel is stored – could be worse. So why can’t the world’s nuclear-powered nations agree...

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