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Vienna to ban oil and gas heaters for 80 percent of new homes

AFP Relax News, Yahoo! News Summary The city of Vienna announced Wednesday that from summer 2020, only 20 percent of new-build homes will be allowed to use oil or gas heating as part of efforts to combat the climate crisis. The Austrian capital has one of Europe's most developed district...


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Sabac district heating operator to upgrade residential buildings under ESCO model

Svetlana Jovanovic, Balkan Green Energy News Summary The Šabac district heating operator, Toplana-Šabac, will act as an energy service company (ESCO) that will take out a loan for its residential users in order to upgrade buildings, with repayment over 12 years to be financed through energy...


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Metropolitan adopts the district heating and cooling networks for Postmark development

Cambridge Network Summary Metropolitan has announced that it has been awarded the contract to adopt and operate the district heating and cooling networks which will serve Taylor Wimpey Central London’s flagship development, Postmark, in Farringdon. Early collaboration, during the design...


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First townhomes in Blatchford development now for sale, city says

Natasha Riebe, CBC News Summary Construction will begin this spring on the first 43 townhomes in Blatchford on the former City Centre Airport land, city officials announced Wednesday. The new community's first residents are expected to move in by the end of the year, or the beginning of 2020....


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Tecogen Closes Hybrid Chiller-Cogeneration Sale to New Jersey Residential Building

AP News Summary WALTHAM, MA / ACCESSWIRE / March 26, 2019 / Tecogen Inc. (NASDAQ: TGEN), a clean energy company providing ultra-efficient, clean, natural gas powered on-site power, heating and cooling equipment, is pleased to announce a project with an affordable housing senior living...


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Government of Netherlands to financially participate in geothermal development

Alexander Richter, Think Geoenergy Summary The government will participate financially in projects to extract geothermal heat for the heating of houses and buildings. In the coming years, the cabinet wants to start taking residential areas off the gas and geothermal heat or geothermal energy...


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Ground Source Heat Pumps to Help Cut Housing Association's CO2 Emissions

Renewable Energy Magazine Summary A landmark order by Together Housing to replace night storage heater with ground source heat pumps in over 700 dwellings across Lancashire and Yorkshire, is the largest single order of its kind in the UK. UK manufacturer, Kensa Heat Pumps , and...


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£600,000 heating system spend proposed for Crystal Leisure Centre

Bev Holder, Stourbridge News Summary COUNCIL bosses are expected to splash out on a new £600,000 energy efficient heating system for Stourbridge's Crystal Leisure Centre. The Bell Street facility, which is owned by Dudley Council, currently has gas fuelled boilers, which authority chiefs say...


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Committee approves next phase of East Halls renovation

Penn State University Summary UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Board of Trustees Committee on Finance, Business and Capital Planning today (Feb. 21) recommended the final plan approval and expenditure of funds for the next phase of the long-term initiative to renovate the East residence halls at...


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Willdan Awarded $7.5 Million Project for Plant Upgrades at New York Multifamily Building Cooperative

Business Wire Summary ANAHEIM, Calif.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Willdan Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: WLDN) announced today that the Amalgamated Housing Cooperative (Amalgamated) selected Willdan to implement a $7.5 million central plant upgrade project in New York. The project includes a new combined...