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  • The proportion of UK electricity from renewable sources continued to rise during 2018, reaching a record 33% of the total – up by 4% from the 2017 figure – as the amount of renewable generating capacity increased to reach 44 GW. This is perhaps the most dramatic change in UK energy patterns over the...

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  • The keys for the ‘new safe confinement’ structure erected at the site of the former Chernobyl nuclear power station were symbolically presented to Ukrainian authorities on 10 July.The event marked completion of the latest effort to secure the facility’s fourth reactor, which was destroyed in the 198...

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  • The EI’s Energy Barometer 2019 was launched on 20 June, gauging the views of over 470 UK energy professionals from the institute’s membership.

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  • How about buying renewables and operating your own energy storage facility? Here, Scott McGregor suggests that businesses can navigate volatile energy markets with innovative power purchase strategies.

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  • Electricity transmission and distribution systems used to be relatively simple. Not any more – now that huge numbers of new, often small, generators are connected at both high and low voltage networks and power flows can be in both directions. We include three articles on the subject – two on the te...

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  • Steep declines in wind, solar and battery technology costs will result in a global power grid nearly half-powered by the two fast-growing renewable energy sources by 2050, according to the latest projections from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).In its New Energy Outlook 2019 (NEO), BNEF sees the...

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  • Without policy changes, advanced economies could lose 25% of their nuclear generation capacity by 2025, resulting in billions of tonnes of additional carbon emissions, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned. In a new report, Nuclear Power in a Clean Energy System, the agency outlines ...

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  • Global energy investment remained relatively stable in 2018 at over $1.8tn, following three years of decline, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The World Energy Investment 2019 report shows an increase in capital spending on oil, gas and coal supply. Meanwhil...

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  • In an uncertain political climate, the EU is pushing on with funding future-facing energy projects. Keith Nuthall examines the bloc’s medium-term ambitions.

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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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