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As the UK energy generation portfolio brings in more power from renewable sources such as wind and solar, conventional thermal power plants, that run on coal or natural gas, will need to become more flexible. This is because power from these renewable sources is weather dependent , and by nature...
Three £5 million energy research hubs and a new £1 million network in solar energy that will build multidisciplinary collaborations between universities, academic bodies and industry were announced today by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The three Supergen Energy...
ZEP has published a new report "Role of CCUS in a below 2 degrees scenario". The report concludes that "CCS is available today, constitutes an essential part of the lowest cost solution, and is particularly necessary for reducing emissions from 'hard to mitigate' sectors such as industrial...
Today marks the launch of the long anticipated BEIS CCUS Cost Challenge Task Force Report, “Delivering Clean Growth” . The Cost Challenge Taskforce (CCTF) was initiated by Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth, Claire Perry, in January this year, with several members of the UK CCS Research...
The UK’s international CCUS programme 2018 annual review has just been published. This focuses on the UK’s support to emerging economies and developing countries on CCUS. >> DOWNLOAD THE REPORT
"The decline in global investment for renewables and energy efficiency combined could threaten the expansion of clean energy needed to meet energy security, climate and clean-air goals. While we would need this investment to go up rapidly, it is disappointing to find that it might be falling this...

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