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Keppel wins initial design contract for cooling system plant in Jurong Innovation District

Kenneth Lim, The Business Times Summary KEPPEL Corp's infrastructure arm has clinched a S$275,000 contract for the initial design phase for a new district cooling system plant in the Jurong Innovation District. The contract, awarded by JTC Corp to Keppel DHCS, could lead to a contract for the...

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Airport Sustainability Using Utilities Master Plans

James Grant, Aviation Pros Summary With an ongoing increase in air travel, the growth in the aviation industry necessitates periodic large-scale infrastructure updates in aging airports. Sustainability is an important factor to consider in planning as environmental regulations become more...

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Gryphon International Engineering Services is Now CHA Canada

Press Release, September 21, 2018 CHA Subsidiary Rebrands and Launches New Website St. Catharines, Ontario and Albany, NY – CHA Consulting, Inc. (CHA), a highly diversified, full-service engineering design firm , announces its subsidiary, Gryphon International Engineering Services, has...

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Decisions Yet to Come on Hospital Power Source

Mike Houlahan, Otago Daily Times Summary Dunedin's new hospital will use renewable energy, but the details of what kind of technology will be chosen and how it will be used have yet to be finalised. The site for the new hospital was unveiled last week, the $1.4billion development encompassing...

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Northern heat and powerhouse: energy innovation puts Gateshead on the map

Brendan Coyne, The Energyst Summary At The Energyst Event, Marissa Granath, Gateshead Council’s energy business development officer, outlined how the local authority is providing cheaper heat and power to commercial and residential customers, and funding front line services. Gateshead...

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Tower Tech is Advancing Technology to Meet the Needs of an Ever-changing Environment

Press Release, Tower Tech OKLAHOMA CITY - March 20, 2018 - At the annual AHR Expo in Chicago, Illinois, Tower Tech introduced a new Split Cell cooling tower. The innovative Split Cell design enables any modular size cooling tower to be utilized at a reduced cooling load using simple motor...

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Hydronic systems vs. Steam systems

Patrick Lach, Maxi-Therm When deciding on the distribution source for heating buildings in a campus or healthcare setting, many engineers will design a primary /secondary loop the buildings and mechanical rooms. The question is what to use as a primary heating source–hot water hydronic or steam...

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NREL chooses SEL microgrid controller for their research lab

Press Release, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories PULLMAN, Washington — The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) selected a microgrid control system from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) for installation in their Energy Systems Integration Facility....

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Singapore Is Creating a Subterranean Master Plan

Gregory Scruggs, Next City Summary Yingxin Zhou works as a mining engineer in a country with no mines. He’s from Singapore, a city-state of 5.6 million residents spread over just 277 square miles. “We don’t have gold, oil, or diamonds,” he said at this week’s World Urban Forum 9 . “But we...