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UK falling behind in E10 fuel uptake 

UK falling behind in E10 fuel uptake: The European ethanol fuel market has seen a steady increase in both production and consumption over the past few years and is forecasted to grow with wider adoption of biofuels across Europe. However, the uptake of E10 – a petrol grade fuel containing 10% ethanol – in the…
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US announces $43m for carbon capture & storage technology

The programme seeks to develop technologies that address difficulties in decarbonisation of electricity systems, focusing specifically on complications in CCS design, operations and commercialisation potential

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Renewable growth drives common goals for electricity networks across the globe

Renewable growth: Electricity networks globally are experiencing significant increases in the volume of renewable capacity as countries seek to decarbonise their power sectors without affecting the security of supply. The scale of this change is creating new challenges for power networks and those responsible for keeping the lights on. The latest insight paper from Cornwall…
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