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18th Jun 2014
Christine Ottery
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Lots of energy efficiency measures - such as home insulation and low-energy fridges - could cut European gas imports.

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3rd Jun 2014
Li Shuo
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China’s coal control measures, driven by severe air pollution across the country, could help the world avoid catastrophic climate change, according to a new analysis.

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27th May 2014
Christine Ottery
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23rd May 2014
Damian Kahya

The recent report by UK's British Geological Survey seems to have dramatically reduced previous estimates for shale gas and oil in the South of the country.

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30th Apr 2014
Energydesk
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A new study by the influential UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has said - in very academic terms - what most of us already know, there is quite a lot of uncertainty about the UK’s chances of meeting its carbon targets.

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22nd Apr 2014
Zachary Davies Boren, Christine Ottery
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The UK may be the world leader in the nascent industry of wave and tidal energy, but competition around the world to develop the technology at scale is heating up. 

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7th Apr 2014
Christine Ottery

A new study by the Warsaw Institute for economic studies suggests using coal to avoid Russian gas imports in Poland could involve large-scale subsidies and be more expensive than renewable energy. 

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4th Apr 2014
Jimmy Aldridge, Lauri Myllyvirta & Damian Kahya
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Over the past 24 hours the air in Nottingham has been worse than the air in Beijing - one of the more polluted cities on the planet.

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27th Mar 2014
Damian Kahya

UK power generation from renewable sources reached a record high of 15% last year as energy efficiency improved, according to the latest government data.

The increase in low-carbon power generation helped reduce coal burning in 2013.

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25th Mar 2014
Damian Kahya
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As a new report is released looking at the risk of cracks of well failure on shale gas operations, we pull out the four key points.