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Engie to invest heavily in Singapore

Engie to invest heavily in Singapore

Engie have announced that they will invest 80 million Singaporean dollars into the infrastructure of Singapore in an exercise to promote the regional development of district cooling systems in Singapore. This investment will play a major role in setting up ...

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Failed DHC scheme refunds investors

Failed DHC scheme refunds investors

A failed Canadian district heating initiative, which had fallen by the wayside in the province of Ontario, has left city officials and investors extremely relieved to discover that their capital will be refunded to them following the failure of the ...

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Washington: First steps towards a microgrid

Washington: First steps towards a microgrid

The city of Washington, DC, in the United States, seems to be increasingly set to take the plunge and move towards the installation of a microgrid, an intelligent electricity grid designed to bring energy production sites closer to consumer sites. ...

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UK-wide heating network investment scheme launched

UK-wide heating network investment scheme launched

The Association for Decentralised Energy today welcomed the launch of the £39m Pilot Scheme of the Heat Networks Investment Project. The investment aims to increase the number of cost effective, low carbon heat networks being built, while creating the right ...

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Aarhus – pioneering green DHC network

Aarhus – pioneering green DHC network

One of the biggest biomass-fuelled Combined Heat and Power (CHP) stations in the world is in Aarhus. The Studstrup plant began to burn wood pellets instead of coal on 10 October, bringing green heating and electricity to city residents and ...

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