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District energy soon could spread from colleges and downtowns to a corporate campus near you. In Guelph, Ont., about an hour west of Toronto, it's already happening.
Rep. Waxman (D-CA) and Sen. Whitehouse (D-RI) have issued comments on the Keystone XL Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement from the State Dept.
Burlington Vermont is considering a district heating system that utilizes heat now wasted in the flue exhaust of the 50MWe McNeil biomass power plant.
IDEA's 27th Annual Campus Energy Conference, held in Atlanta, GA Feb. 16-18 featured over 700 attendees and a sold-out exhibition of 92 business partners.
Vermont's capitol city is readying to fire up its two new biomass boilers, fueled by green wood chips, and new hot water distribution loop which is now complete.
Dawn Zimmer, the mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, is working with Sandia National Laboratories, PSEG, and others to put her city on its own resilient microgrid.
CHP facility in Hanlon Creek Business Park, Guelph ON, will meet city's future energy needs & reduce the environmental impact of power generation.
How is Boston, Mass., preparing for a rise in mean sea level predicted at two feet or more by 2050? The Boston Globe interviews leading planning experts.
Qatar Cool Chairman Bader al-Meer: To meet the cooling demands of customers in West Bay, Qatar Cool is preparing to open its third plant in the area.
New IDEA publications provide guidance on the local district energy project development process in the U.S. & Canada, in a form accessible to lay readers, to assist them in making informed decisions.
The 2013 District Energy Inventory for Canada published by Canadian Industrial Energy End-use Data & Analysis Centre (CIEEDAC) identifies 116 operating district energy systems across the country.
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