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  • We cover aspects of both the demand and supply sides of the energy equation in this issue – from energy use in buildings to efforts to capture carbon dioxide from power plants. Ground source heat pumps represent one of several new technologies making an impact to r...

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  • Renewable energy use is growing, but fossil fuels are still a key part of the energy system – we include features on both this issue. First we look at the continuing use of coal for power generation across large parts of Europe – which countries are still heavily reliant on coal, why, and whether th...

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  • In this issue:Electricity transmission and distribution systems need to evolve in order to adapt to new patterns of both power generation and use – as renewables and distributed generators increase their market shares, and consumers look for new ways to interact with grids. We address these issues i...

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  • Europe’s conventional, thermal power generation industry is having to change as increasing amounts of intermittent renewable generating capacity join the system. Fossil fuel-based plants are threatened and even closing. Our power generation feature examines the future of Europe’s electric utilities....

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  • There’s a lot about air quality in towns and cities, low carbon transport and electric and fuel cell electric vehicles in this issue, in a series of articles that make up our energy in transport feature. We try to answer some fundamental questions: how important are low carbon transport options...

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  • Nuclear power is our main feature for this issue of the magazine. While awaiting concrete news on progress for the proposed Hinkley Point C project, we cover some other areas. First, we summarise the latest information from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on how much it’s going to cost to deco...

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  • There are two main themes in this issue of the magazine – gas and research and development. For the former, we concentrate mainly on ‘unconventional’ gases, with one article covering the growing biogas industry in Europe, particularly where biogases are fed into the main natural gas network; an...

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  • The first renewable energy projects were developed on land, of course, with a progression to the perhaps more dramatically sited offshore equivalents, yet onshore installations continue to dominate in terms of total generating capacity – at least for now. This issue concentrates on onshore renewable...

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  • The first half of this issue concentrates on how commercial and industrial sector consumers manage their energy use, starting with an article on exactly how to properly measure and verify the savings caused by energy efficiency programmes. We then see the view from large industrial users across Euro...

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  • This month’s cover photo looks down at the injection point for the carbon dioxide captured by SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant, in Canada. For the full story on the opening of the plant, see the November issue of Energy World. See also our CCS progress story on page 6 ...

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