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A Regional Rundown of District Heating and Cooling Market: U.S. Emerging

Rahul Varpe, Tech Mag Summary U.S. District Heating & Cooling Market growth will be driven by rising awareness and stringent norms toward sustainable & energy efficient. Increasing investment toward the development of the residential & commercial establishments along with ongoing...


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Government of Canada invests in cleaner energy system for the National Capital Region

Public Services and Procurement Canada Summary Modernization of heating and cooling plants will significantly cut carbon pollution and save money Canadians are already feeling the impacts of climate change, and expect their governments to take action to reduce carbon pollution. In the...


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River Leven could power Dumbarton homes and businesses

Jenny Foulds, Daily Record Summary A major groundbreaking green scheme to heat homes and businesses – powered by the River Leven – could be launched at Lomondgate. Strathleven Regeneration CIC (SRCIC), which has been regenerating the former J&B bottling plant and associated land off the...


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Governor hails Duluth's health care investments

Peter Passi, Duluth News Tribune Summary Gov. Tim Walz visited Duluth Monday to reflect on the recent legislative session and highlight the transformative power of the state’s pending investment of nearly $98 million to support the expansion of the city’s downtown medical district. Duluth...


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University Campus Energy Centre a wood design winner for DIALOG

Peter Caulfield, Journal of Commerce Summary DIALOG has won a 2019 Wood Design Award from Wood WORKS! BC in the Institutional Wood Design – Large category. The Vancouver-based design company won for its Campus Energy Centre (CEC), a LEED Gold-certified hot water boiler facility that provides...


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1 GW capacity greenfield site announced for Finland

Will Calvert, DCD Summary Hanko Data Parks has announced a new hyperscale site in Inkoo, Finland with the capacity for up to 1GW of power on site. The greenfield site, which is owned by Finnish state-owned energy company Fortum, is part of a collection of greenfield sites set up by Hanko in...


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Bulk of federal clean-energy investments go to remote Haida Gwaii

The Canadian Press, The Province Summary The federal government has announced over $15 million in funding for clean-energy projects, with most of the money going to the remote B.C. island of Haida Gwaii. Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi told a news conference in Vancouver that an...


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These 15 urban design projects are reinventing cities for a zero-carbon future

Adele Peters, Fast Company Summary The Reinventing Cities competition asked architects to find new uses for vacant and abandoned spaces in cities around the world. The results are an extraordinary example of what future cities could look like. As the world moves to a zero-carbon future,...


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Hotting up: are heat networks about to take off in the UK?

Isabella Kaminski, Engineering & Technology Summary Eighty per cent of space and water heating in UK homes is provided by standard boilers, while in Europe heat networks have proved far more efficient, Is the UK now ready to embrace this system to provide greener heating? You might...


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SHARC Energy and Borders College Powering on with Green Heat Milestone

Globe Newswire Summary VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sharc International Systems Inc. (CSE: SHRC) (FSE: IWIA) (OTCQB: INTWF) ("SHARC" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that SHARC Energy and Borders College are celebrating the delivery of 2 gigawatt...

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