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Korea District Heating Corp. pledges to turn plastic waste into hydrogen

The Korea Herald Summary The Korea District Heating Corp. said Wednesday that it will launch a circular economy project to turn plastic waste into hydrogen. According to the KDHC -- one of the world’s largest district heating companies that serves over 1.5 million customers here -- it...


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Vicinity Energy Moves Closer Toward Net Zero Carbon Goal in Baltimore with Shift to 100% Carbon-Free Electricity

Vicinity Summary Vicinity Energy , owner of the nation’s largest portfolio of district energy systems, announces that all the electricity the company purchases for its Baltimore District operations is now carbon-free. Vicinity has entered into an agreement with Constellation , a...


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Empower Sheds Light On The Benefits Of District Cooling And Its Value For The Community Health

albawaba Summary Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation (Empower), the world’s largest district cooling services provider, underscores its continuous support for the healthcare sector in Dubai by providing more than 40 healthcare projects with its district cooling services. On the top...


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Emicool Rolls Out Emivalve To Enhance District Cooling Services

Utilities Summary Dubai based district cooling services provider, Emicool, has initiated a phased implementation of a new smart solution known as Emivalve. The solutions enables remotely controlled processes, facilitating instant connection and disconnection through an automated...


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Heating plant at SFU cuts buildings' carbon emissions by 80 per cent

MSN News Summary A new biomass plant on Burnaby Mountain has reduced greenhouse gas emissions from buildings by 80 per cent at SFU’s Burnaby campus and by a similar amount at buildings at the neighbouring UniverCity. The $33-million district energy system uses wood chips as a low carbon...


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Report highlights ‘important role’ of Energy Recovery Facilities in tackling COVID-19 waste

Circular Summary The latest data from leading resource management company, Veolia, has highlighted what it calls the ‘pivotal role’ that Energy Recovery Facilities (ERF) have played in dealing with the safe treatment of clinical and medical wastes that have arisen during the COVID-19...


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U.S. Department of Energy Announces Winners of Spring 2021 Geothermal Collegiate Competition

Energy.gov Summary Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) announced the winners of the Geothermal Collegiate Competition , a national contest that engages students to develop innovative geothermic energy applications to heat and cool buildings,...


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Arup details San Francisco International’s Zero Net Energy Plan

Passenger Terminal Today Summary Climate change is causing significant environmental, economic and social impacts around the world. In the case of California, heatwaves, droughts, wildfires, sea level rise, public health and local economies demand attention and resources as never before. ...


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SFU’s new biomass plant transforms wood waste into energy

Biomass Magazine Summary Simon Fraser University expects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from heating by 80 percent now that the new $33-million Corix biomass plant has begun operation. The GHG saved is equivalent to the emissions from 900 homes every year. By slashing direct...


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10 miles of trenches: Oberlin College geothermal project gets underway

The Chronicle Summary A huge trench has been clawed into the ground behind Finney Chapel, one of the first signs of progress in Oberlin College's $140 million geothermal conversion project. The channel measures about 10 feet wide and 8 feet deep, and follows the edge of Wilder Bowl in the...