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  • The main theme of this issue is electricity. Feature articles cover the overhaul of both the power market and generation infraestructure in the UK, the emergence of electricity storage technologies world-wide, and the prospects for new generation technologies across the countries of the Middle East ...

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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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  • How will the UK government handle its post-Brexit responsibilities around nuclear power, particularly if it leaves Euratom as well as the EU? Our first article on nuclear matters addresses this question head on. It is followed by two more covering the potential role for small modular reactors in the...

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  • This report sets out the UK Government's response to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee's report on The Resilience of the Electricity System. Topics described include:-the electricity market, including the Capacity Market and Reliability Standard-security of supply-electricity inter...

  • 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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  • This issue of the magazine takes a long hard look at coal as a fuel for power generation, starting with analysis by consultants Pöyry of the conundrum that the use of coal worldwide is growing at the same time that world governments are pledging to reduce carbon emissions. Is carbon capture and stor...

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  • This issue covers several articles on carbon capture and storage (CCS);  from a review of progress torwards a commercial-scale plant in the UK to a preview of an upcoming EI event focusing on geolofical storage of carbon dioxide and a piece from Technology Centre Mongstad on capture tecnologies...

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  • Nuclear Technologies is a leading supplier of scientific and engineering consultancy services mainly to the UK specialising in: Criticality and Shielding Assessment Radioactive Materials Transport, Packaging and Storage AssessmentRadioactive Waste ManagmentEnvironmnetal ManagementNuclear Decomm...

  • Capturing carbon emissions – this issue includes an article from the Global CCS Institute that summarises the state of play with large-scale carbon capture and storage projects around the world; see page 14 onwards. We also include articles on monitoring CCS projects and a viewpoint on the prospects...

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  • Jeremy Sachs, the economist, has given a speech stating that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology and nuclear energy will be necessary to avoid catastrophic climate change. China will rely on coal for many years to come, meaning that CCS technology will need to be developed.

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