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  • New and renewable energy technologies have moved very firmly into the mainstrem, as several feature articles in this issue describe.

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  • This issue is themed around two subject areas, starting with a series of articles on developments in power distribution, managements and use from page 14 onwards. We look at local 'virtual' power stations based on CHP schemes; technology to store energy at strategic points in electricity grids; the ...

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  • This issue of Energy World covers coal in a big way - articles look at the use of coal developments in clean coal technology in the key country of the world here, China; the ( shrinking ) future for coal-fired power stations in the UK; and coal mining and use in another importante coal country, Indi...

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  • Electricity transmission and distribution is the first main theme of this issue and the opening article takes a look at demand-side response initiatives – in which consumers reduce loads at times of network stress – are already taking a role in keeping the lights on. We also cover how smart meters a...

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  • The main themes of this issue are changing patterns of electricity and heat generation across Europe. Steady, rather than rising, electricity loads and the connection of ever more renewable generating capacity to grids are conspiring to change the way utilities serve consumers. Similarly, new low ca...

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  • Rail is one of the least carbon-intensive modes of transport for both freight and passengers, yet it is too often ‘neglected’ in public debates, says a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The report, The Future of Rail, explores a base scenario that projects the growth of glo...

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  • Energy networks – electricity, natural gas, heat, even hydrogen pipelines – connect sources to users. Four articles on networks make up the first main theme of this issue – looking at the development of network technologies and the architecture required to meet evolving generation and energy user pa...

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  • How can electric vehicles, renewable electricity and smart power distribution systems contribute to greener city living? The first article in our feature on fuels and energy used in transport addresses this very issue. We also take a look at evolving battery technologies for electric vehicles and pa...

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  • This month’s cover photo looks down at the injection point for the carbon dioxide captured by SaskPower’s Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant, in Canada. For the full story on the opening of the plant, see the November issue of Energy World. See also our CCS progress story on page 6 ...

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  • How do we define mainstream power generation today? Our feature on the subject starts with an article on how low carbon technologies are being supported to enter the UK power generation market. And, remembering ‘small is beautiful’ from a few years ago, we also ask, in the power station investment b...

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