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EU approves €64m Polish support for waste-to-energy plant

Priyanka Shrestha, Energy Live News Summary The European Commission has approved €64 million (£55m) of public support from Poland for the construction of a highly efficient waste-to-energy facility. The funding will be used by municipally-owned company Port Czystej Energi (PCE), with...


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Low temperature district heating: New plants for eight European cities

EURAC Research, EurekAlert! Summary In Copenhagen, part of the traditional district heating network will be isolated to create an innovative low temperature network using the waste heat provided by two supermarket refrigeration systems. In the centre of Milan, a new district heating network...


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Eden Project secures funds for geothermal power plant

BBC News Summary The Eden Project has secured £17m funding for a geothermal project, drilling 4.5km underground. This funding will enable the Cornwall visitor attraction to build a power plant which will take energy from the heat in underground granite rocks. On a site the size of a football...


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Lendlease Boss Says Regeneration of Major Cities Needs to Leave a Positive Legacy

Property Investor Today Summary The global head of Lendlease has called for an end to what he has described as an often unhealthy and politically charged approach to the regeneration of major cities. Steve McCann, in a keynote speech to business leaders in London, called for change and said...


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Renewable district energy: cities' first step towards decarbonisation

Phys.org Summary As sustainable energy moves up the political agenda, low carbon solutions for heating and cooling are coming to the fore. District heating in Dresden is turning greener thanks to the Innovation Power Plant Reick Decarbonization and efficiency of the energy production...


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How to Cool Down as the World Warms Up Fast

Thomson Reuters Foundation, Real Leaders Summary It has been a hot year so far. In France, Belgium and Germany, summer temperatures reached such highs that records were broken twice in just 24 hours. Dangerous heatwaves were felt yet again across India, Africa, Russia and the Arctic – the list...


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As Temps Rise, Europe Considers A/C. That Could Make The World Even Hotter.

Naomi Snyder, Huffington Post Summary When Alison Fullerton and her husband Jay lived in Europe for three years, it was gripped by a series of summer heatwaves. The couple ― who have since moved back to Tennessee ― bought a cute, portable air conditioner they called R2D2 because their house...


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Achieving the EU's climate and energy policy objectives

Lydia Woellwarth, World Pipelines Summary During the workshops, operators presented their strategies and plans to expand their gas infrastructure, which are aimed at achieving the EU's energy and climate policy objectives. The discussion on the search for optimal solutions in the long term was...


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Revealed: The Tax Hitch Slowing Efforts to Grow District Heating

The Herald Summary The Scottish Government, for example, will start phasing out fossil fuels for warming new homes as early as 2024. But there is a hitch. One of the most obvious alternatives to inefficient single-home gas boilers are district heating systems, where hot water is pumped around...


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Ambitious large scale geothermal district heating project kicking off in Szeged, Hungary

Alexander Richter, Think Geoenergy Summary With the investment of HUF 22 billion (around EUR 67m), with the help of the EU, a geothermal heating system will be developed in several parts of Szeged, thanks to the development the amount of gas used for district heating and carbon dioxide will be...