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PetroBio Supplies Wood Pellet Burners to Norwegian District Heat Facility

Bioenergy Insight Summary Sweden-based PetroBio will supply two pellet burners for a new district heating plant in the city of Jessheim, Norway. Jessheim is located between Oslo and Gardermoen Airport. The medium-sized city is growing steadily and now requires heating for households and...


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Serbia Invites Bids for Substations in Biomass Heating Projects in Priboj, Mali Zvornik

Balkan Green Energy News Summary The Ministry of Mining and Energy of Serbia is receiving offers through May 8 for some of the works in switching district heating plants from fossil fuels to biomass. Germany’s KfW and Switzerland have allocated funds for the overhaul in six municipal units. ...


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EU Green Recovery is Now Needed to Restart Europe

Reve Summary 31 organisations from Europe’s electricity, heating, cooling, building and transport sectors called on the European Institutions today to stick firm to the European Green Deal objectives. And to restart Europe’s economy after the COVID-19 crisis by placing renewable energy and...


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Heat network could reduce carbon emissions from Worthing’s civic buildings

Worthing Herald Summary Authorities such as Worthing Borough Council have pledged to work towards carbon neutrality by 2030. One of the main challenges is to decarbonise heating for council buildings as this is responsible for 42 per cent of its annual carbon footprint. It is...


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Start of Supply Marks 600th District Heating Scheme that Veolia Supports Worldwide

Veolia Press Release Summary The Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility (RERF), operated by Veolia on behalf of Leeds City Council, has now started delivering low carbon heat for local homes. The start of this supply marks the 600th district heating scheme that Veolia supports across the...


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Poland and Iceland Expand Their Cooperation for Geothermal Heating Projects.

Hydrogen Fuel News Summary The countries plan to boost their partnership in using this renewable energy to warm Polish homes. Iceland and Poland have broadened their renewable energy cooperation to bring geothermal heating projects to heat polish homes and businesses. Iceland’s...


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Novi Pazar Gets EUR 5.8 million to Switch Heating Plant from Fossil Fuel to Biomass

Balkan Green Energy News Summary Serbia’s Ministry of Mining and Energy has allocated EUR 5.8 million for the Novi Pazar heating plant to switch from fossil fuels – heating oil – to biomass. Novi Pazar is the third municipality in the country to receive funds under the EUR 26.7 million...


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UBC’S Burgeoning Bioenergy Facilities Sustainability Heat and Power Our Campus

The Ubyssey Magazine Summary UBC gets a large percentage of its power and heating from clean energy projects like the Bioenergy Research Demonstration Facility (BRDF) and Campus Energy Centre (CEC). The two projects help UBC further its climate action plan , working together...


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Waste Heat from the Tube to Warm More than 1,350 Homes in Islington

Energy Live News Summary A new energy centre has been launched in Islington to enable waste heat from the London Underground to provide heating and hot water to more than 1,350 homes, a school and two leisure centres in the borough. The Bunhill 2 Energy Centre is located on the site of...


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Order Aims to Speed Up East Devon's District Heating Networks

Devon Live Summary Faster implementation of District Heating Networks planned in East Devon’s West End is being facilitated by the council. East Devon District Council’s Development Management Committee on Tuesday morning unanimously agreed to go out to consultation on a draft Local...