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ENGIE Solutions Provides Smart Building Services to Group 42’s High Throughput COVID-19 Detection Lab

Utilities Summary ENGIE Solutions, an international company dealing with provision of zero-carbon energy and innovative integrated facilities management solutions, is providing Group 42 (G42), a leading artificial intelligence and cloud computing company, with cutting edge, technology...

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Two Wells for Geothermal Heat Project Successfully Drilled in Champs-sur-Marne

Think GeoEnergy Summary The Champs-sur-Marne geothermal district heating project in the greater Paris area of France has successfully concluded its drilling campaign and confirmed the resources with construction for the heating plant now underway. The urban community of Paris – Vallée...

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Engie EPS Cites Earnings Uncertainty from Coronavirus. Sticks to Long-term Microgrid Strategy

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Engie EPS sees microgrids and energy storage as key to its growth, but expects a short-term disruption because its manufacturing facilities are in Italy, which has been heavily hit by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The technology division of France...

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Hannon Armstrong Makes $115M Investment in the University of Iowa’s Transformative Utility System Project

CityBizList Summary Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. a leading investor in climate change solutions, today announced a $115 million preferred equity investment in a utility public-private partnership between the University of Iowa, ENGIE, Meridiam, and...

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Leveraging Advanced AI for Next-Gen Campus Energy Management

Summary The Ohio State University has one of the largest and busiest campuses of any university in the world, and some of the most ambitious energy and sustainability objectives. To meet its efficiency goals while streamlining operations and minimizing costs, OSU uses an advanced digital...


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Smart Campus: Ohio State University's Leadership in Campus Energy Infrastructure

Summary Going from design to construction phase, The Ohio State University is leading the campus energy infrastructure debate with its Smart CampusE project which encompasses a new CHP, a new heating hot water based heating and cooling network, a new digital network to connect the campus BMS...


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Energy Centre Opened as Newcastle Aims to Cut Carbon Emissions

ITV Summary A new Energy Centre has opened in Newcastle as the City Council aims to cut carbon emissions. The £20m District Energy Centre at the city’s Helix site will save 30,000 tonnes of carbon over 40 years. That is enough to fill Wembley Stadium 15 times. The opening comes just days...

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ENGIE Solutions Chosen to Assist the Development of Rennes Métropole's North Vilaine district heating system

Engie Press Release Summary The Rennes Métropole North and East network extension and interconnection project is part of its Territorial Climate, Air and Energy Plan, which aims to increase the region's energy independence. To do this, an ambitious network development programme will be...

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ENGIE and Meridiam to Serve the University of Iowa Through a 50-year Utility Management Concession

ENGIE PRESS RELEASE Summary Meridiam and ENGIE North America have been awarded a 50-year concession valued at more than $1 billion USD to address the University of Iowa’s energy, water, and sustainability goals for two campuses spanning 1,700 acres in Iowa City, Iowa. These campuses together...

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Towards a decarbonised heating and cooling sector in Europe

Aalborg University, Department of Planning Authors: Brian Vad Mathiesen, Nis Bertelsen, Noémi Schneider, Luis Sánchez-García, Susana Paardekooper, Jakob Zinck Thellufsen, Søren Roth Djørup Supported By: Danfoss, ENGIE "This report analyses, and where possible quantifies, the...

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