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Revisiting CHP

Ethanol Producer Magazine Summary Today, the quest for carbon intensity reduction has plants revisiting combined heat and power (CHP) systems. Siouxland Ethanol in Jackson, Nebraska, recently began generating its own electricity with a CHP system. Much of the payback will come in a lowered...

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Governor Cuomo Announces Nearly $4 Million Awarded to Grow Community Heat Pump Networks Across New York State

NYSERDA Summary Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced nearly $4 million in awards to 23 projects under the first round of the Community Heat Pump Systems Pilot program to advance community thermal networks that harness geothermal and waste energy to heat and cool buildings. The winning...

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Earth To Senator Joe Manchin: Geothermal Energy. That’s It. That’s The Message.

CleanTechnica Summary The US has yet to tap its vast geothermal energy resources, and a movement is finally afoot to kick the domestic industry into high gear. That includes the iconic coal and gas producing state of West Virginia. I know, right? Shocker! The Mountain State’s geothermal...

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New NREL report reveals current state and future potential of US geothermal power and heat

Renewable Energy Magazine Summary The report 2021 US Geothermal Power Production and District Heating Market Report provides up-to-date information and data reflecting 2019 geothermal power production and district heating markets, technologies, and trends in the United States. This...

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Novel Renewable Natural Gas Partnership Will Move Duke Toward Carbon Neutrality

Duke Today Summary Duke University has taken another step toward its goal of achieving carbon neutrality by entering into a partnership to receive renewable natural gas beginning in early 2022. The partnership with South Carolina-based renewable natural gas developer GreenGasUSA will...

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Southwest utilities bet on solar, storage for resilience against wildfires

Energy News Network Summary As drought and wildfire risks intensify across the Southwest, utilities are turning to solar, storage and microgrids to bolster electric grid resiliency. In Taos, New Mexico, Kit Carson Electric Cooperative has two major solar-storage projects in progress that...

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Electric microgrid to bring Fort Hunter Liggett to its energy resilience goal

Monterey Herald Summary Fort Hunter Liggett in south Monterey County recently commemorated their $21.6 million electrical microgrid, which will enable it to reach its goal of energy resiliency to critical facilities by 2022. It is the first army installation capable of generating and...

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Duluth’s Environmental Initiative Recognized for Carbon Reductions

Fox21 Summary The city of Duluth was recognized today for their efforts on going green. The city was announced as the winners of the the Environmental Initiative Energy and Climate award for their work on the steam plant. Back in 2018 the city of Duluth and their partners replaced...

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University of Michigan Committed to Achieve “Carbon Neutrality”

Erudera College News Summary The University of Michigan has last week revealed that it is planning to reduce the carbon emissions from its campuses, compensating for other releases by preventing them somewhere else or eliminating the planet-warming gas from the atmosphere. The measures...

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Biden cybersecurity order tackles software risks in energy, other sectors following Colonial hack

Utility Dive Summary Experts say the software supply chain is at the heart of critical infrastructure security, and the executive order is a step forward in shoring up vulnerabilities. "You can't protect what you can't see. And too many organizations don't have a full picture of what's...