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31st Jul 2014
Damian Kahya & Christine Ottery

At the same time as Europe and the US move to increase their sanctions on Russia, its state-owned gas company is selling more and more gas to the UK.

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28th Jul 2014
Zachary Davies Boren
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More than three quarters of the Conservative Party’s target seats have been licensed for fracking exploration in the 14th round, Energydesk analysis has revealed.

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28th Jul 2014
Zachary Davies Boren

10 national parks in England and Wales have been licensed for drilling in the 14th round, according to Energydesk analysis.

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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
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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.