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Brownfields Redevelopment Receives Boost Under the BUILD Act

Amy P. Wang, The National Law Review Summary Redevelopment of environmentally-damaged property has seen steady growth in North Carolina and nationwide. The attraction to dense, urban communities offering work/live/play opportunities and away from suburban living has provided profitable...

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Cogeneration Channel: CHP saves the University of Texas Medical Branch from Hurricane Harvey

Cogeneration Channel: Interview Bryan Bagley - Project Manager, Affiliated Engineers In 2008, Hurricane Ike crippled the University of Texas Medical Branch, the free health care center in Galveston. Among the initiatives taken to put the facility back on its feet, the installation of a...

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$85 million USAID energy security project begins in Ukraine

Igor Kossov, Kyiv Post Summary A U.S. Agency for International Development plan to improve Ukraine’s energy security saw its formal launch ceremony in Kyiv on Feb. 14. Under the plan, USAID awarded $85 million to U.S.-based engineering and consulting firm Tetra Tech to help reform and upgrade...

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David Adams: Energy Manager

Melanie Groves, University of Victoria Summary David Adams, Energy Manager, Facilities Management Tell us about your work at the University I am the energy manager in Facilities Management, I see myself as the ‘energy accountant’ for the campus. We are a staff of two in the energy...

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Asia set to cement position as global CHP leader

Kelvin Ross, Power Engineering International Summary A new report concludes that the Asia Pacific region will continue to dominate the global market for new capacity additions of combined heat and power plants . The study by analysts at GlobalData reveals that worldwide CHP capacity is...

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California gas network taps into dairy RNG

Bioenergy Insight Summary Both US-based natural gas provider Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and biogas producer Calgren announced that renewable natural gas (RNG) from Calgren’s dairy anaerobic digester is being injected into SoCalGas’ pipeline network. According to the release, the...

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IDEA, Enwave and Quest submit joint letter to Environment and Climate Change Canada

On February 11, 2019, IDEA, Enwave and Quest submitted a joint letter recommending that thermal energy output from district energy systems should be treated as a covered sector under the Federal Government’s Output Based Pricing System (OBPS) to the Environmental Protection Branch of Environment...

District Energy to ECCC on OBPS - Feb 11 2019.pdf

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Falkirk residents to benefit from £4m district heating upgrade

Scottish Housing News Summary 125 additional homes, three local schools and Falkirk Council offices are all set to benefit from a newly announced £4 million project to extend an existing district heating system and create a private wire network at Callendar Park. The local authority has...

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City leaders representing 20 million people sign clean air plan

Johnny Bairstow, Energy Live News Summary City leaders representing 20 million people have signed up to what they claim is the world’s most ambitious clean air plan . The National Clean Air Summit, held at the Tate Modern earlier today, saw mayors and representatives from Newcastle, London...

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ENGIE builds on data centre capabilities with new acquisition in Singapore

Networks Asia Summary ENGIE South East Asia has announced a definitive agreement to acquire RCS Engineering Pte Ltd., a leading player in Singapore’s data centre industry specialised in delivering M&E infrastructure to large and mission-critical facilities and already exporting its...