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This guide is designed for individuals who need a high level introduction to managing energy, the informed layperson, and anyone who is in the early stages of an energy management career. Written and peer reviewed by over 60 subject specialists.

  • A proposed sustainability reporting standard for oil and gas companies identifies climate change as the single biggest challenge facing the sector.A 90-day public comment period has launched for the draft GRI Oil and Gas Sector Standard, with input invited from around the world. The Standard id...

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  • BP has announced that it is planning to invest $70mn in India’s Green Growth Equity Fund (GGEF). The fund, established in 2018, is focused on identifying, investing and supporting growth in zero carbon and low carbon energy solutions in the country.GGEF is based in Mumbai, India, and invests in scal...

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  • Rail electrification is one part of a strategy that should also include energy management for stations and offices – suggests Peter Selway.

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  • New models for renewable energy procurement are opening up a world of opportunity for firms that had previously been left out of such agreements. Andrew Williams assesses the growing importance of these ‘virtual’ deals.

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  • Decarbonisation of heating for buildings will no doubt make use of several different low-carbon technologies. Here, Mitsubishi Electric’s Max Halliwell makes the case for air source heat pumps.

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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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  • COVID-19 has added a new set of challenges to grid management. Anja Langer Jacquin suggests that investment in digital information technologies will help.

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  • The world has changed – COVID-19 has seen to that. Safeguarding and stabilising operations, liquidity, people, supply chains and markets has been the overwhelming first priority. Now, companies must start thinking strategically about how they will adapt as the pandemic and markets evolve.

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  • John Elkington, Founder and Chief Pollinator of sustainability think tank Volans, proposes how some of the weirdest ‘ugly ducklings’ of today can turn into tomorrow’s world-saving ‘Green Swans’, particularly when it comes to addressing the energy transition.

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