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This editorial introduces the 25th volume of the International Journal of Sustainable Energy Planning and Management. This volume presents research on low-temperature district heating in China, prospects for energy savings in Aalborg, Denmark, and impacts on heating systems, offshore wind power and electricity interconnection in the Baltic sea, integration of electricity markets in the United States, and finally the modelling of renewable energy systems both on the remote island of Bonaire and in Chile.
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