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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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  • 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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  • 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 National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) confirmed the first ever week of coal-free operation of Great Britain’s electricity system on 8 May.The last coal generator came off the system in the afternoon of Wednesday 1 May and a week later there had still been no contribution from coal-fire...

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  • With more and more nuclear reactors coming offline permanently, a significant increase in decommissioning-related activities is anticipated over the coming decades. To meet the challenges that lie ahead, nuclear back-end management needs to be approached from a sustainability perspective, writes Kri...

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  • Japanese policymakers are keen to make nuclear power part of the country’s decarbonisation strategy – but the public and the industry aren’t so sure, writes Rob Gilhooly in Tokyo.

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  • There’s no escaping the local significance of the huge effort to build Hinkley Point C Nuclear power station in Somerset. This report from the organisation which champions the nuclear industry in the area, Nuclear South West, looks at the impact on companies and educational establishments.

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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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