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Maryland Energy Administration Combined Heat and Power FY19 Grant Program​

Summary The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is pleased to announce the launch of the FY 19 Combined Heat and Power Grant Program. The program is designed to further encourage Combined Heat and Power (CHP) growth in the State. This $4 Million first come, first served program will target...

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National Grid: UK action on heat essential to meet carbon reduction targets

Priyanka Shrestha, Energy Live News Summary It is crucial for the UK to take action on heat to ensure it meets its carbon reduction targets. That’s according to National Grid, which suggests a mix of low carbon heating solutions and better thermal efficiency of buildings will be needed. ...

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Combined Heat and Power Snapshots

Summary DOE's CHP Technical Assistance Partnerships (CHP TAPs) promote and assist in transforming the market for CHP, waste heat to power, and district energy technologies/concepts throughout the United States. Key services of the CHP TAPs include End User Engagement, Stakeholder Engagement,...

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New West utility getting a new name

Theresa McManus, New Westminster Record The new urban solar garden being constructed on the roof of the Queensborough Community Centre is one of the initiatives that's prompted a change in the city's electric utility commission - which is now the New Westminster Utility Commission. Photograph...

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China to Expand Air Pollution Measures

The Maritime Executive Summary On July 3, China’s State Council released the full text of a three-year action plan to curb air pollution by 2020. Air pollution in China is now affecting 37 percent of China's population, and measures taken so far are falling short of government goals and...

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FERC rejects PJM capacity market reform proposals, seeks quick resolution

Robert Walton, Utility Dive Summary In a 3-2 decision that drew sharp dissent from two commissioners, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission late Friday rejected both of PJM Interconnection's proposals to address failures in its capacity markets due to state subsidies supporting...

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Powelson Upends FERC With His Departure

Rod Kuckro and Sam Mintz, E&E News Summary Robert Powelson's departure from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission leaves the agency without its most experienced hand on state regulatory affairs at a time when turbulent policy debates about electric grid reliability and the impact of...

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The role of gas in Germany's energy transition

Julian Wettengel, Clean Energy Wire Summary Does the energy transition seal the fate of natural gas in Germany? Europe's biggest economy will have to virtually phase out all fossil fuels to fully decarbonise by 2050. But the industry says flexible gas-fired electricity generation is the...

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2017 State of the Electric Utility Survey Report

Summary The results are in! For years, we’ve been told that the rise of alternative energy technologies would drastically change the way electric utilities do business, and Utility Dive’s latest survey confirms the transformation is in full swing. But while most in the sector agree that means...


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Utilities Should be Allowed to Experiment and Fail, Says Energy Exec

Jason Deign, Greentech Media Summary To adapt to new energy models, utilities should be encouraged to experiment and allowed to fail half the time, according to Dr. Franz Strempfl, managing director of the Austrian power company Energienetze Steiermark. Strempfl made the remark during a panel...