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  • United Kingdom(Great Britain) : First Fire-Up of New SSE Combined Cycle Power Plant
    September 22, 2014
    SSE's new Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power station being built at Great Island, County Wexford, has reached a major milestone with the gas turbine having been successfully fired up and synchronized to the grid for the very first time.

    The new Great Island clean gas power plant utilizes CCGT technology from Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries which comprises a gas turbine and steam turbine.
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  • United Kingdom(Great Britain) : IGS and Hull Begin Construction on New Energy Savings Project at the Dublin Community Rec Center
    September 22, 2014
    IGS Generation, a sister company of IGS Energy, and Hull Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hull & Associates, Inc., recently began installation of a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) system at the Dublin Community Recreation Center in Dublin, Ohio.

    "We are excited about partnering with IGS Generation and Hull to reduce our energy costs," states Michelle Crandall, Dublin's Assistant City Manager. "This CHP solution is being provided with no capital costs to the City, and is expected to save us $20,000 in energy costs over the next 5 years.
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  • USA : NY State Program Actively Supports Clean Energy Combined Heat & Power (CHP), Generating Energy On-Site
    September 19, 2014
    2G CENERGY®, Florida-based manufacturer of high-efficiency low emission CHP Cogeneration systems, announced that the New York State Energy Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) has recently approved 2G®'s advanced technology for a state wide CHP incentive program.

    The Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Acceleration Program in the State of New York provides incentives for the installation of pre-qualified CHP systems by approved CHP system vendors in the size range 50kW to 1.3MW.

    A NYSERDA-commissioned study published by the New York State Energy Research Development Authority found there to be a technical potential for approximately 8,500 MW of new CHP systems in NY State spread across roughly 26,000 sites. "Combined Heat and Power (CHP) technology fueled by natural gas is very attractive to owners of factories, production plants, commercial, institutional and municipal buildings.", said Michael Turwitt, 2G CENERGY® President & CEO. "NYSERDA's program has now made it possible for energy consumers to utilize smart cogeneration technologies without any risk", he added.
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  • Germany : First ORC at Electric Arc Furnace
    September 19, 2014
    A waste heat recovery Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) turbine recently installed at a steel foundry in Germany has been claimed as a world first. Installed at the Elbe-Stahlwerke Feralpi GmbH (ESF) steel plant in Riesa, Germany, Turboden supplied the system for an electric arc furnace at the site.

    Part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Turboden has now secured a contract for a second similar plant in Italy. This 2 MWe ORC-based plant is under construction for an iron & steel factory in Italy with the heat recovery system to be connected to the local municipal district heating, supplying about 12 MWth.
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  • USA : Chesapeake Utilities Corporation To Build Combined Heat And Power Plant In Florida
    September 19, 2014
    Chesapeake Utilities Corporation announced today that its subsidiary, Eight Flags Energy, LLC, is pursuing the development and construction of a combined heat and power plant in Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island in Nassau County, Florida. The plant will be built on a site to be leased from Rayonier Performance Fibers, LLC, a subsidiary of Rayonier Advanced Materials, Inc. The site is adjacent to a cellulose specialties plant that Rayonier Performance Fibers operates. The combined heat and power plant will generate steam that will be sold to Rayonier Performance Fibers, pursuant to an agreement executed by Eight Flags and Rayonier Performance Fibers, for use in the operation of Rayonier Performance Fibers' plant. The combined heat and power plant also will produce approximately 20MW of base load power that will be sold to Chesapeake's wholly-owned subsidiary, Florida Public Utilities Company ("FPU"), for distribution to its retail electric customers.
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  • USA : White House Highlights New DOE Measures to Advance Renewable Energy Deployment and Increase Energy Efficiency
    September 18, 2014
    Building on the President's Climate Action Plan and the Administration's effort to diversify our energy portfolio and cut energy waste, the Energy Department today announced a series of executive actions to expand the deployment of renewable energy and cut greenhouse gas emissions. Altogether, these measures will bring the U.S. closer to its clean energy future, while protecting the environment and helping Americans save money by saving energy.
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  • Thailand : Ratch in JV to Build Co-Generation Plant
    September 17, 2014
    Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Co, a subsidiary of Ratch, and Rajburi Sugar will set up a 35:65 joint venture called Rajburi Cogeneration Co to develop and operate the plant, which will also be able to produce 15 tonnes of steam per hour, with the commercial operation date set for 2019.

    The Rajburi project is Ratch's third co-generation power plant and 16th domestic project that helps accelerate its equity capacity to 5 gigawatts. The company will chip in about Bt410 million.
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  • USA : Biogas Cogeneration Powers Oldest US Brewery
    September 16, 2014
    In a move to save energy and improve the efficiency of its beer-making process, the oldest brewery in the US has installed a biogas cogeneration plant.

    The Yuengling brewery in the state of Pennsylvania now has a 400 kW combined heat and power (CHP) plant which covers 20% of its power needs. The CHP system from 2G Cenergy includes an anaerobic digester designed by EMG (Environmental Management Group International), as well as a gas treatment system to dehumidify the saturated gas and remove H2S from the raw biogas. The system has been designed as a dual-fuel module and can be operated on low-BTU biogas, as well as pipeline quality natural gas.
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  • Canada : Cogen Plant for Canadian Mining Operation
    September 16, 2014
    A Canadian mining project under development is set to include a 170 MW cogeneration plant. The Fort Hills oil sands mining project (pictured) in Alberta's Athabasca region is planned to produce 180,000 barrels of bitumen per day.

    It is being developed by Fort Hills Energy, a partnership between Suncor Energy, Total E&P Canada Ltd and Teck Resources Ltd. The partnership has awarded a C$250 million (US$225 million) turnkey contract to Spanish EPC firm Técnicas Reunidas to build the cogeneration plant.
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  • Australia : Call for Renewables Policy Continuation As Australian Businesses Turn to Solar
    September 12, 2014
    More than 15,000 Australian businesses have now installed on-site solar power to reduce their energy bills, according to the country's Clean Energy Council (CEC).

    Kane Thornton, CEC acting chief executive, said: 'Businesses have now invested almost A$460 million (US$416 million) in solar power systems across the country, helping them to collectively save about A$64 million on their bills every year,' 'There is an increasing recognition that the current modest support provided by the RET means the business case for solar power makes sense, helping businesses become more competitive in tough economic conditions,' Thorton continued, arguing that if the federal government decided to cut the RET following its current review of the policy, it would make it much harder for homes and businesses to go solar.
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