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FORTIA ENERGIA and Statkraft sign first long-term PPA for large industrial consumers in Spain

GlobeNewswire, Nasdaq Summary Madrid/Düsseldorf, 21 January 2019. FORTIA ENERGIA, the Spanish energy sourcing platform for large industrial consumers, and Statkraft, the largest producer of renewable energy and leading market access provider in Europe, have signed the first long-term power...

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Dartmouth to Seek Proposals for Biomass Plant

Tim Camerato, Valley News Summary Hanover — Dartmouth College officials say a planned $200 million investment in biomass power and hot water heating will cut carbon emissions and help the school reach its green energy goals. The college formally announced plans on Thursday to build...

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Guest Blog: Gill Alker - Renewable Heat

Harry Matyjaszek, Energy Live News Summary Gill Alker, Head of Consultancy at AMP Clean Energy The Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was set up by the Government to incentivise organisations to use renewable heat through installing technology such as biomass boilers. It provides...

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Climate action relied on natural gas. Then CO2 spiked

Benjamin Storrow, E&E News Summary Natural gas power plants are emitting high levels of greenhouse gases. The Eagle Valley plant in Indiana is pictured. (Photo: Indianapolis Power & Light) America has followed a simple formula for reducing carbon emissions this century: Retire old...

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CHP Plant Project Awarded To Wärtsilä

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide Summary Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract to deliver a 90 MW combined heat and power plant (CHP) to Dresden, Germany. The facility has been ordered by DREWAG, Dresden’s local utility company, and will be delivered by Wärtsilä on an engineering,...

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Charlottetown hopes federal infrastructure funds can help expand use of solar power and biogas

CBC News Summary Solar Panels the city recently installed at is Miltonvale well field project help produce power for the water pumps. (Photo: CBC) The City of Charlottetown hopes federal infrastructure funding programs will help make the city a little greener. Officials with Charlottetown...

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HOMER Grid Design Software Ready for the Surge in Solar+Storage Systems

Cision PR Newswire Summary BOULDER, Colo. , Jan. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today HOMER Energy is releasing important updates to its HOMER Grid software, designed to model distributed energy systems that will cut energy costs for commercial and industrial customers. HOMER Energy's powerful...

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Portugal gets nod from EU for biomass energy support scheme

New Europe Online/KG Summary The energy support scheme for biomass will help Portugal increase the share of electricity produced from renewable sources to meet its climate targets. A Portuguese scheme to support biomass energy installations located close to forest areas regarded as...

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Hochbahn steps up climate protection by running on green energy

Climate Protection, Hamburg News Summary Eco-powered subways and electric buses to save 83,000 tons of CO2 every year From January, Hamburg’s underground trains and electric buses are running on green electricity from new wind parks with Hamburg Energie continuing as the supplier. For...

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Solar District Heating on the "Roof of the World"

Press Release, January 3, 2019 Langkazi, Tibet: The first large-scale solar district heating system in Tibet has now been put into operation in Langkazi providing the inhabitants with a steady supply of heat. Chinese-Danish joint venture company Arcon-Sunmark Large-Scale Solar Systems...

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