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Work on £20m Heat Network Gets Underway

Network Summary The network will generate low-carbon power, heat and hot water for the city, helping Manchester to reach its ambitions to be carbon-neutral, climate resilient and zero waste by 2038. It will initially serve six major council buildings, but has the potential to grow and connect...


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Canadian Government Invests in Indigenous Biomass District Heating System

Bioenergy Insight Summary The Government of Canada has invested CAD$2.7 million (€1.8 million) in a sustainable forestry project run by the Indigenous Oujé-Bougoumou Cree Nation in Quebec, which will create jobs, support the economy and displace diesel use. Announced by Diane Lebouthillier,...


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Siemens Finds 75% Carbon Emissions Reduction Potential for Pittsburgh by 2030

Utility Dive Summary Pittsburgh could reduce its carbon emissions almost 75% by 2030, improving air quality and creating 110,000 new jobs, according to results from the Siemens City Performance Tool (CyPT). The city could exceed its goal to reduce carbon emissions 50% by 2030, an analysis...


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Savosolar Wins a Tender for Solar District Heating Germany

Yahoo Finance Summary Savosolar has been selected as the preferred supplier for approximately 1,700 m² solar collector field and 200 m³ heat storage for the German city of Ettenheim, Southwest of Stuttgart. The value of the delivery is expected to be over 800,000 EUR. The delivery is expected...


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We May Soon Be Able to Harness the Heat in Subway Tunnels to Cool Our Homes Instead

Good News Network Summary If you have ever ridden an underground subway system in the summer, then you’re probably familiar with the crippling heat and humidity that can come with it. Thankfully, researchers now believe that we may be able to use the varying temperatures of transit systems to...


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Fortum Considers Possible Strategic Options for Its District Heating Businesses in Joensuu, Finland and in Parnu and Tartu, Estonia

Webwire Summary Fortum has decided to assess strategic options, including possible divestment, of its district heating and cooling businesses in Joensuu, Finland as well as in Pärnu (100% ownership) and Tartu (60% ownership), Estonia. In line with its strategy, Fortum continuously reviews its...


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A Regional Rundown of District Heating and Cooling Market: U.S. Emerging

Rahul Varpe, Tech Mag Summary U.S. District Heating & Cooling Market growth will be driven by rising awareness and stringent norms toward sustainable & energy efficient. Increasing investment toward the development of the residential & commercial establishments along with ongoing...


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Government of Canada invests in cleaner energy system for the National Capital Region

Public Services and Procurement Canada Summary Modernization of heating and cooling plants will significantly cut carbon pollution and save money Canadians are already feeling the impacts of climate change, and expect their governments to take action to reduce carbon pollution. In the...


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River Leven could power Dumbarton homes and businesses

Jenny Foulds, Daily Record Summary A major groundbreaking green scheme to heat homes and businesses – powered by the River Leven – could be launched at Lomondgate. Strathleven Regeneration CIC (SRCIC), which has been regenerating the former J&B bottling plant and associated land off the...


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Governor hails Duluth's health care investments

Peter Passi, Duluth News Tribune Summary Gov. Tim Walz visited Duluth Monday to reflect on the recent legislative session and highlight the transformative power of the state’s pending investment of nearly $98 million to support the expansion of the city’s downtown medical district. Duluth...