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Nuclear power in China: How the Red Dragon will lead the world

China will have 70 GW of nuclear power by 2020,” said Shen Wenquan, a senior engineer, and member of the Expert Committee of China’s State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation.

Cogeneration for industry advantages will increasingly overcome capital barriers

The arrangements and benefits of industrial-scale cogeneration are well known.

Sub-Saharan Africa hungers for power

In terms of its per-capita endowment of primary energy, sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is close to the global average. Its 800 million people make up about 9 per cent of the world's population and they are estimated to share 8 per cent of global gas reserves, 10 per cent of the world's oil, and 13 per cent of hydropower resources – as well as much more than their fair share of solar radiation.

Paving the way for progress

We outline the status of several key power projects that are helping to shape a new energy mix in the Middle East.


The European Union's decarbonisation strategy has all the right intentions but it is taking the wrong path to that destination.


ESAB is launching the Origo Mig 4001i welding machines for efficient welding of high-alloy materials in demanding applications.

Sustainable urban heating: Renovating district heating services in eastern Europe

District heating systems in central and eastern Europe tend to perform poorly compared with those in western Europe.

Navigating the energy transition

Europe's energy landscape is in a state of transition. The penetration of renewables is gaining pace, throwing doubt on the future role of fossil fuel and nuclear plants and opening the door for the adoption of flexible, on-site power solutions.


The European micro-CHP market is being threatened by "a mixed policy outlook and fickle government support" according to a new report.

News Update

Global policy makers need to get to grips with the positive implications of embracing carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, or else pay an unnecessarily expensive price in order to achieve carbon emission reduction targets.