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  • Airbus has revealed three concepts for what it claims will be the world’s first zero emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. The concepts each represent a different approach to achieving zero emission flight, exploring various technology pathways and aerodynamic configuration...

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  • Global oil refining capacity is set to continue to expand despite the demand and price shock caused by COVID-19, according to BloombergNEF (BNEF). It forecasts global investment in new downstream oil refining and integrated chemicals capacity will average $5bn/y to 2025, leading global crude distill...

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  • Carbon Footprint has launched the Freedom Flight Prize, a multi-million pound prize fund for the first zero carbon transatlantic flight for a passenger aircraft.The competition is open to manufacturers, research/academic groups and inventors to design and fly a 100+ seater passenger aircraft&nb...

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  • Daniel de Wijze takes a look at an energy industry moving towards net zero, through the lens of the views of Energy Institute members.

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  • Hydrogen is firmly back on the energy agenda, with production of the gas using excess electricity generated by offshore wind farms being a central concept. Here, Nick Cottam looks at the attractions and advantages of ‘green’ hydrogen production – which could be used to fuel oil refineries, among oth...

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  • It is impossible for every country to satisfy demand for energy with domestically produced renewable energy, notes a new report* by Lux Research. To achieve decarbonisation, they will have to find new ways to import zero-carbon energy, with new electricity infrastructure using high voltage AC or DC ...

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  • Perhaps we have been spoiled by the runaway success of Britain’s offshore wind industry, but the development of these islands’ marine energy resource seems to be lagging behind. Energy World asked the Orkney-based European Marine Energy Centre’s Neil Kermode if he is happy with progress.

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  • In UK, Bristol-based English Aviation Group has revealed the design of its 70-seater Hybrid-Electric Regional Aircraft (HERA) with a range of 800 nm initially, and a cruise speed of 275 kt.. Conversion to all-electric or alternative zero-carbon propulsion system will be possible, achieving emission ...

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  • In UK, Skyborne Training Academy has ordered 6 Bye Aerospace eFlyer 2, and 4 Flyer 4, aircraft for delivery in 2022, bringing the total Bye orders to over 200. 

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