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$5.3M project to renovate power system for flagship campus among items approved by Texas A&M System Board of Regents

Steve Kuhlmann, The Eagle Summary Among the items approved Thursday at the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents' meeting was a project to renovate the heat and power system on the flagship campus and the hiring of a new president for Prairie View A&M University The...

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EIB to finance construction of CHP plant in Sofia

Mario Tanev, See News Summary SOFIA (Bulgaria), October 19 (SeeNews) – The European Investment Bank said its board has approved a 45 million euro ($53 million) loan to Sofia municipality to finance the construction of a new combined heat and power (CHP) plant for the Bulgarian capital’s...


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Progressive candidates are embracing clean energy as a campaign issue

Joe Romm, Think Progress Summary Rebecca Otto, Minnesota State Auditor and Candidate for Governor in the Democratic Primary, on the roof of her clean energy home. Credit: Shawn Otto If Trump isn't going to do the right thing, "we're going to have to do it at the governor's level." ...


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Military Microgrid at Twentynine Palms Set to Undergo Expansion

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary A 10-MW military microgrid in the California city Twentynine Palms is set to undergo a $7.8 million expansion as part of long-term plan to achieve energy independence. Solar installation at MCAGCC Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center’s (MCAGCC)...


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Arensis Off-Grid Power System Delivered to Victims of Hurricane Maria Lacking Electricity in Remote Areas of Puerto Rico

Press Release, Business Wire Biomass Conversion System and Engineering Staff Provided by Arensis to Turn Fallen Trees and Hurricane Debris into Distributed Energy Until Power is Restored to the Community LOS ANGELES--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Arensis, an international provider of distributed...


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Google's Sidewalk Labs signs deal for 'smart city' makeover of Toronto's waterfront

Alex Bozikovic, The Globe and Mail Summary A unit of Google's parent company, devoted to urban innovation, has signed a deal to map out a new kind of neighbourhood on Toronto's waterfront that could demonstrate how data-driven technology can improve the quality of city life. On Tuesday,...


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District heating market to reach $280bn by 2024

Diarmaid Williams, Decentralized Energy Summary New research performed by MarketStudyReport.com indicates significant growth for global district heating projects, reaching an overall market value of $280bn by 2024. Rising concerns toward greenhouse gas emissions coupled with strong demand...


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Fortum tops list of recipients of renewable energy subsidy in September in Estonia

The Baltic Course Summary Companies of Fortum Eesti, a holding of the Finnish Fortum Power and Heat OY energy group, were the biggest recipients of renewable energy support and high-efficiency cogeneration support in Estonia in September, receiving altogether 1.5 million euros, writes LETA/BNS...


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High time for smart energy solutions

Bernie Cahiles-Magkilat, Manila Bulletin Summary With the Philippines’ cost of power among the highest in the region and being one of countries that are most vulnerable to natural disasters, the country is ripe for smart energy solutions. Pierre Cheyron, chief executive officer of ENGIE...


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Veolia and UEA sign new contract to reduce carbon emissions

Power-Technology.com Summary Image: Veolia installs two combined heat and power unitsat University of East Anglia in England. Photo: courtesy of Veolia. Veolia, through its subsidiary Veolia CHP UK, has signed a new contract with University of East Anglia (UEA) in England to help the...