UK Government approves and will support conversion of Drax 645 MWe capacity coal-fired power plant to biomass—will run exclusively on wood pellets.
Discarded Christmas trees in Stockholm, Sweden, will be transformed into plant food, biofuel for district heating, and carbon sinks. But that's just the beginning.
1.12 million sq m LEED® Gold megastructure will feature advanced district cooling systems, composite outrigger design, innovative structural seismic design, and more.
The Avedøre combined heat & power plant in Copenhagen, once the Denmark's largest coal-fired station, has been upgraded to be fueled by wood pellets.
New report: Harvard University is achieving its goal to reduce GHG by 30 percent by 2016 from 2006 baseline, inclusive of campus growth.
Speakers provided policy guidance and described proven technologies and cases illustrating robust potential for U.S. investment in district energy microgrids.
California regulators have created a new financial incentive encouraging utilities to invest in DERs instead of more expensive traditional grid investments.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto & Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny pledged support for the Clean Power Plan (CPP) and the EPA, which is being sued by plan opponents.
Duke's 21-megawatt CHP project will meet the university's thermal needs, provide back-up generation to meet critical loads and save $2 million in annual fuel costs.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has released a "Microgrid Report" to provide regulatory, technical and financial data in response to major grid outages.
Wendy Koch reports in National Geographic on how tech-savvy universities are leading the way with innovative ideas to make their campuses energy independent.
Members of the Microgrid Resources Coalition explain the key functions of a microgrid and how it can operate in parallel with the main power grid or in isolation.
NEW: Map of North American District Energy Systems
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