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  • The UK could reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions using only proven technologies and without relying on the promise of unproved new technologies, says a new and typically radical report from the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT): Zero Carbon Britain: Rising to the Climate Emergency.The...

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  • Electricity generation from large fossil and nuclear power stations is necessarily intermittent, due to occasional plant outages, whereas the output from solar generators is variable but readily predictable, argues Blaise Kelly, suggesting that PV is the better baseload provider.

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  • With considerable activity around offshore wind farms, and a possible new nuclear plant to be built at Sizewell, the prospects for highly skilled employment opportunities in East Anglia are very positive. Nick Cottam has been there.

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  • Heat decarbonisation is one of the biggest challenges ahead of the UK as it strives to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The country urgently needs a trained workforce to install low carbon technologies. Jennifer Johnson asks whether offshore wind offers a blueprint for scaling things up.

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  • We cover energy use as well as supply in this magazine. Reducing wastage, buying well and employing on-site generation and storage are fundamental demand-side imperatives. So, we include articles on low carbon initiatives in the distilling industry; power purchase agreements with renewable generator...

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  • The historical epicentre of black gold is starting to become a little greener, one renewable project at a time. But sustaining momentum will be the real challenge, reports Michelle Meineke. 

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  • Renewables and fossil fuels are both featured in this issue, including an article on how the home of oil – the Gulf region – is now turning its attention towards renewable energy. In particular, we look at how one large solar project is mixing fossils and renewables to deliver heat for enhanced oil ...

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  • The UK electricity Capacity Market is to get back to business following a ruling by the European Commission that it does after all meet its State aid rules. The government has welcomed the decision, saying that it enables the Capacity Market to resume its work as Great Britain’s principal tool for e...

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  • Cooling, plus heat – thermal energy – is the first theme of this issue, in which Toby Peters raises several questions about the feasibility and environmental costs of providing cooling for all (see page 18). We also include two articles on district heating: one describing innovative UK schemes that ...

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  • Electricity generated from renewable sources exceeded that from fossil fuels for the third quarter of 2019, according to analysis by the Carbon Brief website. During the three months of July, August and September, renewables generated an estimated 29.5 TWh, compared with 29.1 TWh from fossil fuels.&...

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