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The World Wants Air-Conditioning. That Could Warm the World.

Kendra Pierre-Louis, The New York Times Summary More than crickets and fireflies, more than baseball and cookouts, perhaps nothing signals the arrival of summer in the United States like the soft familiar whir of air-conditioning. But there is growing concern that as other countries adopt...

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Denmark launches district heating cost-benefit tool

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary Denmark’s energy agency has launched a new tool to evaluate the costs and benefits of district heating compared to individual heating solutions. The District Heating Assessment Tool (DHAT) was developed by engineering consultancy Ramboll and, the...

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CHP market to exceed $45bn by 2024 say analysts

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary The world’s combined heat and power (CHP) market is set to exceed $45bn and grow to 25 GW by 2024, according to new analysis. In a recent market report, US-based Consultancy Global Market Insights attributed this projected growth to large-scale...

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District Heating Industry to generate huge revenue over 2017-2024

Sneha Gaikwad, Global Market Insights Inc. July 17, 2017 Summary District Heating Market: Rising energy demand along with rapid urbanization and industrialization will boost the global district heating market growth. Improved air quality, low heat loses and sustainable energy usage are some...

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What is a 'smart city'?

Jackie Snow, Smart Cities Dive April 6, 2017 Summary Almost 4 billion people call cities home today, and by 2050, the United Nations predicts that number will expand to nearly 6.5 billion. Even more staggering figures indicate b y 2100, the earth's population could reach 10 billion and...

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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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Hot air behind your cold fridge? Why the future of cooling must be sustainable

Jürgen Fischer, The European Sting and the World Economic Forum Summary Picture this: you live in a hot and humid climate, and you get access to energy. What’s the first thing you buy to stay cool? An air conditioner (AC). As incomes and standards of living increase around the world, so does...

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District Heating Falls to its Lowest Price Ever in Denmark

Jason Deign, Greentech Media Photo Credit: Shutterstock Summary Figures released this month show the cost of district heating has fallen to its lowest-ever level in Denmark. Cheap renewable energy was not directly responsible for the milestone, however. Instead, low spot market prices,...