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  • A further rise in the proportion of electricity generated from renewables is again the main headline from the UK energy scene in 2019, as summarised in this year’s Digest of United Kingdom Energy Statistics 2020 published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Electr...

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  • The global coal fleet has shrunk for the first time on record, with more capacity shuttered than opened in the first half of this year. According to data from the California-based NGO Global Energy Monitor (GEM), which maps the world’s coal generating stations, the 2.9 GW decline in electricity gene...

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  • Presumptive Democratic US presidential nominee Joe Biden has announced his plans to spend $2tn over four years to increase clean energy and rebuild infrastructure to set the US on ‘an irreversible path’ to net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The plan, which will form a crucial part of Biden’s Build B...

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  • As renewable energy expands across the UK, greater coordination is needed between the electricity system operator and distribution networks. Dr Rita Shaw, CEng MEI explains how a new reactive power market could help.

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  • The number of renewable generators feeding power to the UK grid, at both transmission and distribution level, is growing all the time. Meanwhile, the number of electric vehicles on the road is rising rapidly. Andrew Mourant looks at how the network is adapting to a new normal.  

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  • It's an exciting and challenging time to be a grid operator in the UK, which has seen record levels of low carbon energy on the network since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. But while the record-breaking move away from coal is something to be celebrated in climate terms, the increasing integrat...

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  • EDF Energy has submitted an application to the Planning Inspectorate for a Development Consent Order (DCO) to build the proposed new Sizewell C nuclear power station on the Suffolk coast. If approved, Sizewell C would supply around 6mn homes with ‘always-on’, low carbon electricity made in the UK, ...

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  • Investing $1tn in green recovery measures annually for the next three years could drive economic growth, create millions of jobs and place CO2 emissions into structural decline, according to pandemic stimulus guidelines drawn up by the International Energy Agency (IEA). In its Special Report on Sus...

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  • The US could achieve 90% clean, carbon-free electricity nationwide by 2035, according to a new report from researchers from the University of California, Berkeley. The 2035 Report uses the latest renewable energy and battery cost data to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of achievi...

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