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This collection brings together information on a range of different energy topics and includes recent and historical energy statistics.

  • Do energy efficiency and other sustainability measures really have an effect on the value of commercial buildings? Most certainly, writes property consultant Andrew Cooper, although the relationship between the two is far from straightforward.

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  • India's economy has been growing at over 7%/y since 2003 and, in the process, it has developed an enormous appetite for energy , writes Mojgan Djamarani. With the government aim of maintaining an annual GDP growth rate of 9%/y for the next quarter century, commercial energy demand is expected to gro...

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  • Trouble has been brewing in Kenya’s petroleum paradise since oil prices started falling two years ago, writes Elsie Oyoo, Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a commercial law specialist part of the DLA Piper Africa group. 

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  • Waste wood could play a considerable role as a fuel to power commercial buildings, small industrial sites and residential communities, particularly if burned in CHP mode. But the fuel handling system has to be right, as Matt Drew writes.

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  • Uncertainties surrounding government commitments to decarbonising the economy create three key risks - missed carbon emission targets, low fossil fuel prices and low carbon prices. Such risks reduce the attractiveness of clean technology projects. But can governments themselves help hedge these risk...

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  • Annual electricity use has fallen in the US for the fifth time in eight years, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), with energy efficiency measures being a major factor.Data on electricity sales indicate that total sales in the US fell by 1.1% in 2015 compared to the previous...

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  • OPEC switched to Argus as its energy price data provider on 1 January 2016. It will use Argus prices as the external, independent price reference for evaluation, analysis and reporting. The OPEC reference basket price, which values crude produced by member countries, will be based on Argus assessmen...

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  • A new paper published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) suggests that previous UK governments have misled the public about the impact of climate policies on businesses such as Tata Steel. It claims there are three main faults in government analysis:• ‘Instead of showing th...

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