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Betting on a new way to make concrete that doesn't pollute

Stanley Reed, The New York Times Summary LEIGHTON BUZZARD, England — Just after sunrise, a concrete plant located in a muddy industrial zone north of London stirs to life. Workers in orange suits and hard hats watch through a protective window as a machine presses what looks like red sand...


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Clean energy microgrid to power MSU College View development

Mississippi State University Summary STARKVILLE, Miss.—An advanced energy system at Mississippi State’s new College View development will help the university continue to improve campus efficiency and resiliency. College View, a public-private partnership between MSU and Greystar Real Estate...


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Mississippi State to Install a Trigeneration Microgrid for Campus Development Project

Andrew Burger, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Mississippi State University plans to build a trigeneration microgrid — combined cooling, heating and power — at its new College View student residential-retail building and campus development project outside Starkville. Project partners anticipate...


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Experts to be paid more than £50 million to develop Stoke-on-Trent's 'heat network'

Phil Corrigan, StokeonTrentLive Summary Experts will be paid more than £50 million over the next four years to help develop Stoke-on-Trent’s district heat network (DHN). Stoke-on-Trent City Council is looking for contractors to provide ‘technical and professional consultancy’ for the...


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Model of Bjarke Ingels-designed central power plant on show

Joannah Connolly, Vancouver Courier Summary Vancouver developer Westbank seems to be pushing ahead with its ambitious plans to supply low-cost energy throughout downtown Vancouver, with the unveiling of the model of its new power plant and commercial development – despite not yet gaining...


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Mayor's Office of the National Western Center Announces Energy Partner

Press Release, September 19th, 2018 DENVER – The Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center (NWCO) today announced that EAS Energy Partners (EAS) has been selected to enter into an exclusive negotiation to become the official campus energy partner of the National Western Center (NWC). The...


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Leeds turns up the heat - but we're still Norway near

Andy King, Construction News Summary In spring next year, Leeds’ new district heating network is expected to come online. When finished, the scheme heat and hot water produced in a new recycling and energy recovery facility will be delivered to nearly 2,000 homes – making it one of the...


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Zibi building a 'there there' in Ottawa, Gatineau

Don Wilcox, Property Biz Canada Artist's rendering of the Ottawa-Gatineau Zibi site. (Image courtesy of Theia Partnership) Summary It will take a decade to build-out Ottawa and Gatineau’s massive mixed-use Zibi site, but its developers are already building a live-work-play downtown...


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Steam line repair project means changes on Lawyers Mall

Howard R. Fletcher, AP Summary ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Statues of Thurgood Marshall and three companions are being sent away from Lawyers Mall in Annapolis. And it’s for their own good. The Maryland Board of Public Works voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve emergency funding for an underground...


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Trustees OK facility projects; Sook Center nearly done

Connor Morris, The Athens News Summary The Ohio University Board of Trustees Tuesday voted to approve several facilities projects. In other news, construction on the Perry & Sandy Sook Academic Center, a student-athlete advising center attached to Peden Stadium, should be completed by...