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Cogeneration Channel: What future does CHP have in Germany?

Cogeneration Channel: Interview Heinz Ullrich Brosziewski - Vice President, B.KWK In Germany today there are numerous energy laws that have led to divergent opinions on combined heat and power and have put the latter in a transitional phase. The B.KWK has commissioned a study on the...


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How other cities are cutting emissions

Independent Summary Paul Melia takes a spin around the world to discover alternative ways we could improve our green credentials. While Ireland is not doing enough to tackle climate change, it has taken some steps to reduce emissions, with notable successes. More than 350,000 homes have...


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The Netherlands opens the door to geothermal sector with 2050 natural gas ban

Tami Hood, Hydrogen Fuel News Summary The Netherlands has announced its intention to ban natural gas by 2050 and, in doing so, it is paving the way for the geothermal energy and waste heat sectors to expand. The country's heating demands are currently widely served by natural gas, but...


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Fife Council delivers heat metering and billing framework

Scottish Construction Now! Summary A heat metering and billing framework for use by local authorities and housing associations that is designed to help grow the heat network market and ensure customer protection has been created by Fife Council . The framework gives local authorities and...


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State of North Rhine-Westphalia looks at geothermal heating for a time post-coal

Alexander Richter, Think Geoenergy Summary At a recently held geothermal event in the city of Bochum in Germany, it was looked at how can heat supply and district heating supply in metropolitan areas be made climate-friendly or even climate-neutral in the post-coal era? For a time beyond the...


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Nordic countries offer money, expertise to help Ukraine boost renewables

Bermet Talant, Kyiv Post Summary To meet its 2035 energy goals and Paris Accords commitments, Ukraine will need to reduce energy losses in the public and residential sectors and boost production from renewable energy sources, a new study by Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra has suggested. ...


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District Heating Pipeline Network Market will witness 5% CAGR throughout from 2017 to 2024

Press Release, The Business Journals World District Heating Pipeline Network Market is poised to bypass USD 600 billion by 2024, as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc. Rising space heating systems demand along with growing concerns relating to GHG emissions will...


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80% of Businesses Believe a Quarter of Energy Needs will be Generated Onsite by 2025

Press Release, PR Newswire Most businesses will take control of their own energy use by generating a quarter of their electricity onsite by 2025, with 81% of U.S. businesses predicting this change will take place in just seven years. In a study of over 1,000 businesses, Centrica Business...


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Australia’s Drought and Oceanic Opportunities

Harry Valentine, Maritime Executive Summary While Australia presently endures a drought, their weather history includes previous prolonged periods of drought. In response, authorities built the controversial Wonthaggi desalination plant in Melbourne. While it was expensive to build and is...


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District Heating & Cooling Market Brought To Mainstream By Deteriorating Climatic Conditions – Credence Research

Zaveeth Aslam, Mobile Computing Today Summary According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “ District heating & Cooling Market (by Heating Type: Heat-only Boilers, Combined Heat and Power, Geothermal Heating, Solar Heating, and Heat Pumps; by Cooling Type:...