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China to trial use of nuclear energy for district heat supply

Ding Xiaoxiao, China Plus Diagram of China's first demonstration project utilizing nuclear energy to generate heat for residential buildings and for industrial purposes in north China. [Photo:] Summary China will build its first demonstration project for the utilization of...

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Beijing mountain district shifts to clean energy

XinhuaNet Summary Beijing's Yanqing District is on the front lines of the municipal campaign to phase out coal-fired heating as the mountainous district gears up to host international events. The district's environment bureau said Tuesday that more than 2 million square meters of central...

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China unveils 2017-2021 winter clean heating plan

Judy Hua and Benjamin Kang Lim, Reuters Summary BEIJING (Reuters) - China announced on Sunday a five-year plan to convert northern Chinese cities to clean heating during the winter through to 2021, state media reported, amid a deepening heating crisis. An unprecedented government campaign...

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Chinese firm to develop nuclear district heating plant

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary In a bid to cut down on pollution from coal-fired power during the winter months, a Chinese nuclear company has launched a project to develop a heat-only nuclear reactor designed to provide district heating. China National Nuclear Corporation ...

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Changfeng Energy Announces Joint Venture Agreement with EDF China in Sanya, Hainan, China

Press Release, Market Wired TORONTO, ONTARIO-- Changfeng Energy Inc., (TSX VENTURE:CFY) ("Changfeng"), an energy provider in China, is pleased to announce that a joint venture agreement ("Agreement") has been signed between Sanya Changfeng New Energy Investment Co., Ltd. ("the Company"), a...

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MHPS to supply gas turbines for China district heating plant

Tildy Bayar, Decentralized Energy Summary Japan’s Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) is set to supply two gas turbines for a combined heat and power (CHP) plant in China. The 80 MW plant, which is scheduled to come online in December 2018, is planned to supply power and industrial...

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Reducing Carbon Impact in Singapore Through On-Site Trigeneration and Biofuels

Speakers Brian Griffith & Jason Kirkpatrick, Skidmore, Owings, and Merril #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #Sustainability #RenewableEnergy #SkidmoreOwingsandMerrill #Biofuel #Singapore #China

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Energy News: Partnerships and Tools on Clean Energy Aim to Contribute to Multiple SDGs

STEFAN JUNGCURT PH.D., IISD, SDG Knowledge Hub Summary 25 September 2017: Switching to renewable energy sources not only contributes directly to SDG 7 (Affordable and clean energy) and SDG 13 (Climate action), but can also support achieving multiple other SDGs, including SDG 3 (Good health...

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Planning for the resilience of a city

Gérard Mestrallet, Shanghai Daily Summary On the path toward excellence, climate change appears as a major challenge for cities. Local authorities have to take urban vulnerabilities into their decision-making processes. With respect to Shanghai, a twin-pronged approach could be set to deal...

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UN Environment & China join forces on efficient district energy

UN Environment, EuroHeat & Power Summary UN Environment and the China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group (CECEP) today joined forces to improve energy efficiency and renewable energy use in Chinese cities, and so contribute to the fight against climate change. The...