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United Kingdom District Heating Installation Map

Summary Map showing Universities, Hospitals and Residential/Commercial district heating installations in the UK. Author The Association for Decentralised Energy #UnitedKingdom #Residential #TheAssociationforDecentralisedEnergy #Map #DistrictHeating #InternationalPerspectives ...




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RIBA's roll-call of phenomenal buildings range from a biomass plant to a tomb

BBC News, England June 22, 2017 Summary A biomass power plant, a cathedral and a library are among the winners of the 2017 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards. The shortlist for RIBA's Stirling Award for the UK's best building will be chosen from 49 national winners. The...


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CIP announces start of Kent Renewable Energy

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Consumers into generators

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City's newest community welcomes visitors as part of Open Cambridge

Cambridge Network Summary How can an individual home be heated without a boiler? What are the latest renewable technologies used in construction? How can biodiversity be enhanced in new developments? What makes a community sustainable? These questions and more are explored on Saturday ...


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Major Next Steps for Somers Town Heat Network

Katie Addison, BDaily News Summary Somers Town Energy is on course to provide further benefits to the London Borough of Camden following the installation of new plant equipment as the project moves into its second phase. Vital Energi and Camden Council originally began working on the £3.4m...


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Government overhaul of biomass auction rules sparks controversy

Madeleine Cuff, Business Green Summary New rules to limit the cash available for biomass projects in upcoming government clean energy auctions have been slammed by the industry, which warns curbing biomass growth will "make it harder and more expensive" to ease coal power off the UK grid. But...