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Planned Ohio State Power Plant Gets Regulatory Approval, Despite Fracking Worries

The Columbus Dispatch Summary A combined heat and power plant at Ohio State University can move forward, following approval by the Ohio Power Siting Board this week. The board approved the facility, which the university has said will be the primary source of electricity and heating for...


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Veolia to buy three CHP plants in Hungary

Argus Summary French utility Veolia has signed an agreement to acquire Hungarian combined heat and power (CHP) producer Budapesti Eromu (Bert) from Czech energy group EPH, the company said, pending the necessary regulatory approvals. Bert operates the 178MW Kelenfoldi, 113MW Kispesti and...


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Oregon communities using municipal waste to create their own clean energy futures

Portland Business Journal Summary Leaders across Oregon are making innovative investments that will allow their communities to create more of their own clean energy, help control costs for residents, and save millions in taxpayer money. They’re turning their water resource recovery...


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Gov. Pritzker announces 8 principles for a clean and renewable Illinois economy

WAND 17 Summary Governor JB Pritzker announced eight principles that he said will serve as a foundation to transitioning Illinois to a clean energy economy. "When it comes to clean energy innovation, Illinois is a leader in the Midwest, and by working together, we can build on that...


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NEC selects Centrica for Birmingham energy resilience project

Smart Energy International Summary The project will see the UK’s leading events venue generate its power needs onsite. As part of the Energy-as-a-Service contract signed, Centrica will provide heat and power to the NEC site through the design, installation, operation and maintenance of...


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E.ON to generate green electricity from geothermal energy

Energy Global Summary The geothermal plant in Kirchweidach, Bavaria, will in future not only gener-ate heat but also green electricity. To fully exploit the energy potential of deep heat, E.ON plans to build several small-scale power plants with a total capacity of around 6 MW. The...


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Award Winning CHP District Energy Scheme Brings Low Cost Energy to Gateshead

EM Magazine Summary Two combined heat and power (CHP) engines, supplied by Edina, are delivering low cost, low carbon to the award-winning Gateshead Energy Company. Distributed power generation solutions provider Edina was selected by Gateshead Council to supply and install...


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NYU Langone Joins U.S. Health Care Climate Council

NYU Langone Summary NYU Langone Health announced it has signed on as the newest member of the U.S. Health Care Climate Council , a leadership body of health systems committed to protecting their patients and employees from the health impacts of climate change and becoming anchors for...


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FEMA earmarks $2.5M+ for Luis Muñoz Marín Int.’l Airport upgrades

News Is My Business Summary The Puerto Rico Ports Authority, which owns the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in Carolina, will receive more than $2.5 million under the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Hazard Mitigation Grant program. The funds are for the proposed design and...


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Remotely powerful: Nine rural communities’ experience with bioenergy – Part 2

Canadian Biomass Summary Modern biomass energy systems are one of the few clean and renewable options for displacing fossil fuels to meet both heat and power demands in remote communities. Several diesel-dependent communities across Canada’s north have recently adopted biomass heating and...