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Heat pumps, not hydrogen, key to decarbonise UK heating
Decarbonising heating is essential to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, but the UK Government is still hesitating about which path to take, writes James Murray.
Japan to stop support for overseas coal-fired plants after criticism
The Japanese Government is reportedly planning to stop offering financial support for the construction of overseas coal-fired power plants as it faces criticism over its support for fossil fuel.
After the crash: new issue of Future Power Technology out now
In this issue: what the oil crash means for renewables investment, tidal power ramps up in the Channel, solar subsidies move away from net metering, and more.
From blue to green: hydrogen’s own energy transition
While the goal may be green hydrogen from renewable power, blue hydrogen from natural gas with carbon capture and storage will be a cheaper, faster way to reduce industrial emissions and build demand for clean hydrogen over the next ten years. Longer-term, its residual climate footprint means only a massive scale-up of wind and solar power can give the gas industry a climate neutral future. By Sonja van Renssen
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MYTILINEOS is strategically investing in the national and global goal of the energy transition, putting all its forces at the service of sustainable development.
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