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E. ON begins installation of £4m heat pump system in London’s square mile

Current + Summary Utility E.ON has started the installation of a hybrid heating system that combines a heat pump, recycled heat and its combined heating and power (CHP). The £4 million project will see a heat pump installed at the company’s Citigen energy centre in London’s square mile. It...


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CO2 rally makes early German coal exit economical – Wartsila

Montel Summary This year’s rally in carbon prices has already made it both cheaper and greener for Germany to bring forward its coal exit by eight years, Finnish technology group Wartsila said on Tuesday. According to Wartsila modelling, carbon prices of around EUR 50/t made it 5-10%...


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Natural gas cogeneration facility now operational at Edmonton Airport

International Airport Review Summary Edmonton International Airport ( YEG ) is continuing its commitment to environmental sustainability by powering up a new natural gas cogeneration facility that will significantly lower carbon emissions and reduce costs. Construction of the new facility...


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HP Enterprise cogeneration plant in Aguadilla is the co.’s 1st in the world

NimB Summary The liquified natural gas facility that Hewlett Packard Enterprise is building in Aguadilla will be the first in the world for the technology giant, which is preparing to stay in Puerto Rico for the long-run, Mark Bakker, general manager of Global Operations for HPE, told News...


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Lawmakers urge Pritzker to reconsider closing power plants

gmtoday.com Summary A bipartisan group of 52 Illinois lawmakers is urging Gov. J.B. Pritzker not to prematurely close not-for-profit coal-fired power plants, warning such a move would raise utility bills and eliminate jobs. They are asking that the plants operated by City, Water Light and...


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German scheme extension to support CHP plants gets EU approval

Energy Live News Summary The European Commission has approved the extension and modification of an existing German scheme to support electricity production from highly efficient combined heat and power (CHP) plants. Germany notified the Commission of its intention to prolong and...


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Turning waste into watts a boon for environment

News12 Westchester Summary Waste… it has been generated by humans since the dawn of time. The Roman Empire perfected the early art of waste management, using sophisticated aqueducts and waste removal systems. But the world has grown quite a bit since then, and despite our best efforts to...


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£44 million cash boost to cut emissions from buildings and help households save on energy bills

Mirage Summary Tens of thousands of UK homes, businesses and public buildings are one step closer to benefitting from greener, cleaner energy thanks to £44 million of government funding announced today (Friday 28 May). Today’s funding package addresses the urgent need to reduce the carbon...


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Mid-Ohio Valley Climate Corner: It’s time for us to reimagine Appalachia

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel Summary People in the Appalachian region have for generations assumed that good-paying union jobs had to involve the sacrifice of their health–even their lives–in extractive industries such as coal. New research and new projects indicate that it does not...


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Maryland Energy Administration Awards Over Half a Million Dollars to Bolster State Energy Resilience and Sustainability

EIN Presswire Summary Today the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announces $566,000 in awards for eight organizations that will fund feasibility analysis, planning, and design of microgrids bringing resilience and sustainability to Maryland communities, critical infrastructure,...