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  • USA : Lenbard Wastewater Authority Buys NISSEN Biogas CHPs On The Road To Become Energy Neutral
    August 27, 2015
    NISSEN Energi Teknik, a Danish supplier of Combined Heat and Power units (CHPs) and gas treatment systems for wastewater treatment plants, has recently received an order from Glenbard Wastewater Authority in Chicago. The CHPs will be connected to digesters at the treatment plant and generate power and heat from biogas.

    The order from Glenbard WWA includes CHPs that are capable of operating on biogas or natural gas as backup.
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  • USA : Emens Behind Microgrid for Native American Reservation
    August 26, 2015
    Siemens Energy and Schatz Energy Research Centre from California's Humbold University have teamed up to develop a microgrid for the Blue Lake Rancheria Native American reservation in California.

    The microgrid will supply electrical power to the reservation's key buildings and institutions across 0.4 square kilometres.
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  • USA : Plant in Chile Opens South America's Doors to Geothermal Energy
    August 26, 2015
    Chile, a land of volcanoes and geysers, has started building South America's first geo -thermal plant, which would open a door to this kind of renewable energy in this country that depends largely on fossil fuels.

    The Cerro Pabellón geothermal project is "immensely important for the Chilean state, which started geothermal exploration and drilling over 40 years ago," but no initiative had taken concrete shape until now, Marcelo Tokman, general manager of the state oil company, ENAP, told IPS.

    Tokman said that once the plant is fully operational, it will be able to produce some 340 megatwatt-hours (MWh) a year that would go into the national power grid and would meet the consumption needs of 154,000 households in this country of 17.6 million people.
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  • Iran : Iran Builds Mideast's First Geothermal Plant
    August 26, 2015
    Iran is building the Middle East's first geothermal power plant at the foot of an inactive volcanic peak as the country is racing to meet a runaway demand for electricity by its growing population. The pilot station in northwestern Meshguin Shahr in the Ardabil province is projected to come on stream in the next two years, putting Iran in the club of two dozen nations with the geothermal power generation capacity.

    The 50-megawatt project is in line with Iran's bid to expand its clean energy mix which is dominated by fossil fuels.
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  • United Kingdom(Great Britain) : Mushroom Firm in On-Site Solar Investment
    August 25, 2015
    Walsh Mushrooms, based in Evesham in the UK, has installed 953 solar panels on the roof, equating to 247.78 kW on their HQ building.

    Developed by Mypower, the project off-sets 20% of the electricity demand from Walsh's Evesham depot. The company invested £225,000 (US$350,000) in the project.
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  • USA : Rolls-Royce to Provide Biogas CHP System in Wisconsin
    August 24, 2015
    Rolls-Royce has been selected by Wisconsin-based Statz Bros., Inc to provide an MTU Onsite Energy Series 4000 combined heat and power system for its newly developed dairy facility. The system will operate on biogas generated by the anaerobic digestion of cow manure from the facility's more than 2,500 Holsteins.

    The installation is MTU Onsite Energy's first fully engineered anaerobic digestion biogas CHP system in North America.
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  • USA : Three New York Facilities Reduce Cost of Operations with CHP
    August 20, 2015
    Three New York facilities in different industries will be saving money and reducing emissions with the installation of Capstone combined heat and power (CHP) turbine systems from GEM Energy.

    Syracuse VA Medical Center in Syracuse, New York; Owens Corning's Delmar insulation plant in Feura Bush, New York; and Harbec Inc.'s plastics manufacturing facility in Ontario, New York, all expect to reduce their cost of operations while also gaining environmental benefits.
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  • United Kingdom(Great Britain) : Luxury London Apartments Install CHP
    August 18, 2015
    Vital Energi won a $5.5 million deal to provide a combined heat and power plant (CHP) for the new 28-story Merano Residences, a luxury apartment development in London. The project will also be "district heating ready," meaning that it will have the capacity to connect to any future district heating.
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  • USA : Capstone to Provide 1.2 Megawatts of Clean Power for Oil Field Project in Alaska
    August 10, 2015
    Capstone Turbine Corporation, the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, announced today that it received an order for two C600 dual mode microturbines to power a facility and on-site equipment at an oil field project in Alaska.

    Horizon Power Systems and Chenega Energy, two of Capstone's North American distributors, worked together to secure the order and develop an ideal power plant for the project. The plant is expected to be commissioned in September 2015.
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  • United Kingdom(Great Britain) : Abengoa Selected to Build the World's Largest Biomass Combined Heat and Power Plant in the UK
    August 10, 2015
    Abengoa, an international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainable development in the energy and environment sectors, and Toshiba Corporation, have been selected as preferred bidders to build the Tees Renewable Energy Plant. The project is owned by MGT Teesside, a subsidiary of MGT Power, a British company committed to developing utility scale biomass CHP projects. This will be the world's newly built largest power and steam from biomass plant, and will be located in the Port of Teesside, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom. It will have a capacity of 299 MW of electricity and steam, both for self-sufficiency and to be exported to nearby industry and users. The engineering and construction contract will exceed 600 M€.
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