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  • Gas-fired generating capacity installed in 2018 was nearly double the figure for renewables.Natural gas dominated new electricity generating capacity commissioned in the US last year, according to data released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) – but renewables are poised to make a ...

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  • Fifty years of generation at the 2,000 MW coal-fired power station at Cottam in North Nottinghamshire will end on 30 September, as a result of the drive to decarbonise the electricity sector.The decision reflects the challenging market conditions over the last few years – Cottam is understood to hav...

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  • Electricity generation from renewable sources rose to a record high last year, accounting for an estimated one-third of the UK total, according to analysis by Carbon Brief.Adding the contribution of nuclear plants, low carbon sources supplied just over half (53%) of UK generation in 2018, with the s...

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  • Coal demand is plateauing as major consumers put air-quality legislation in place. But many developing nations are increasingly reliant on coal to power economic growth. Global coal demand will likely remain stable over the next five years as growth in India and Southeast Asia offsets declines ...

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  • Beccy Pleasant looks at the potential for meeting nuclear staffing requirements through re-training and upskilling coal plant employees. 

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  • What does the arrival of significant new energy infrastructure into a rural area mean? Suffolk already has the Sizewell nuclear power site and is now to host cabling for major offshore wind farms being built in the North Sea. Nick Cottam knows the area.

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  • Carbon capture and storage is back on the UK agenda, extended to also include carbon usage – hence the new acronym CCUS – following an international ‘summit’ meeting held in Edinburgh

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  • In this issue:Optimising business energy affairs is itself a changing business, with minimising the use of energy now only part of a bigger picture.We include three articles that describe the new reality – first from a ‘demand aggregator’ stressing the importance of on-site generation and demand-sid...

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  • The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s controversial Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant (Thorp) plant – one of only two commercial nuclear fuel reprocessing plants in the world – has completed its 24-year mission to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from around the world, says operator Sellafield Ltd.Open...

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  • China’s first commercially-operated concentrated solar power (CSP) project is now producing energy according to ABB, which provided an automation solution that controls the plant’s production.Located at Delingha in central China, and operated by China General Nuclear Power Group, the 50 MW plant is ...

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