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UK: "Now into its 16th season, this site is still extremely efficient"

UK: "Now into its 16th season, this site is still extremely efficient"

Horti-Daily
Aug 10, 2022
Over the last two decades at R&L Holt, they have worked closely with Evesham Vale Growers, and they have four locations where they grow their tomatoes in the Evesham area. At R&L Holt, the sustainability of how they grow their tomatoes is extremely important to them."We use recycled woodchip in boilers to provide hot water to heat the glasshouse, which is stored in buffer tanks," they explain. "Thermal screens work both in warm and cold temperatures as they shade crops during bright weather and keep heat in the glasshouse during the winter months."

The grower utilizes LED lighting which provides many benefits. "LED lighting uses up to 40% less electricity than conventional lighting that is powered by on-site CHP plants, so we do not depend on the National Grid supply," they point out. "Solar panels provide the power to run pumps that irrigate the crops, and climate control helps to ensure we are not wasting energy. Lastly, we pack our crops in re-usable crates." ...
News
Global food-miles account for nearly 20% of total food-systems emissions

Global food-miles account for nearly 20% of total food-systems emissions

Nature
Aug 9, 2022
Food trade plays a key role in achieving global food security. With a growing consumer demand for diverse food products, transportation has emerged as a key link in food supply chains. We estimate the carbon footprint of food-miles by using a global multi-region accounting framework. We calculate food-miles based on the countries and sectors of origin and the destination countries, and distinguish the relevant international and domestic transport distances and commodity masses. When the entire upstream food supply chain is considered, global food-miles correspond to about 3.0 GtCO2e (3.5–7.5 times higher than previously estimated), indicating that transport accounts for about 19% of total food-system emissions (stemming from transport, production and land-use change). Global freight transport associated with vegetable and fruit consumption contributes 36% of food-miles emissions—almost twice the amount of greenhouse gases released during their production. To mitigate the environmental impact of food, a shift towards plant-based foods must be coupled with more locally produced items, mainly in affluent countries....
News
Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority’s Infrastructure ESIP (CHP based) Earns Top Project of the Year

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority’s Infrastructure ESIP (CHP based) Earns Top Project of the Year

Schneider Electric
Aug 8, 2022
Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and sustainability, and Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA) today announced that their infrastructure project to improve sustainability and resilience of WMUA’s water and wastewater facilities received a Top Project of the Year Award in the elite Environment + Energy Leader Awards program. The win is an indication that the program’s expert judges consider WMUA a top example of the exemplary work being done today in the fields of energy and environmental management....
News
Why Deep Energy Efficiency Now Matters More Than Ever: Actual Case Study, Not a Theory

Why Deep Energy Efficiency Now Matters More Than Ever: Actual Case Study, Not a Theory

U.S. DOE
Aug 6, 2022
The recent IPCC report warns that all sectors need to accelerate permanent GHG reductions within decades – not half a century. Many institutions and enterprises have made net-zero commitments, although “net” usually means procurement of emissions RECs and offsets; at best an interim solution. This webinar will walk through a deep energy efficiency program that is far more impactful, permanent, and affordable than emissions offsets. “Deep” efficiency sets the bar high at 50% reduction in energy use-intensity for both new and retrofitted buildings. This is not a theoretical model, but a program that has proven successful at the University of California, Irvine for more than two decades....
News
U.S. Department of Energy to Invest Up to $165 Million to Advance Domestic Geothermal Energy Deployment

U.S. Department of Energy to Invest Up to $165 Million to Advance Domestic Geothermal Energy Deployment

U.S. DOE
Jul 28, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $165 million to expand U.S. geothermal energy deployment. The Geothermal Energy from Oil and Gas Demonstrated Engineering (GEODE) initiative will provide $10 million to form a consortium of experts to develop a roadmap for addressing technology and knowledge gaps in geothermal energy, based on best practices used within the oil and gas industry. DOE will then use that roadmap to fund up to an additional $155 million in research to address those gaps. This funding opportunity supports President Biden’s priorities to deploy clean energy sources to combat climate change, strengthen our energy independence, and create good-paying jobs. ...
News
DOE Issues Notice of Intent to Provide Funding for Clean Hydrogen and Grid Resilience Projects to Support Climate Goals

DOE Issues Notice of Intent to Provide Funding for Clean Hydrogen and Grid Resilience Projects to Support Climate Goals

U.S. DOE
Jul 27, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a notice of intent for a potential funding opportunity to accelerate the research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) of clean-hydrogen technologies and grid resilience. The potential funding will advance the Biden Administration’s goals of achieving carbon-free electricity by 2035 and net-zero carbon emissions across the entire economy by 2050....
News
Winners of 2022 Greater Good Awards offer insight into their microgrid projects

Winners of 2022 Greater Good Awards offer insight into their microgrid projects

Microgrid Knowledge
Jul 27, 2022
The fourth annual Microgrid Greater Good Awards were handed out during the Microgrid 2022 conference in June. The winners each presented their projects during a special session at the conference.

Winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, and awards were granted for Highest Recognition for a Microgrid Serving the Greater Good; Greater Good Award for a Grid-Connected Microgrid and Greater Good Award for a Remote Microgrid....
News
Maryland Energy Administration Awards Frostburg State University $750,000 to Develop Microgrid Including CHP

Maryland Energy Administration Awards Frostburg State University $750,000 to Develop Microgrid Including CHP

Maryland Energy Administration
Jul 25, 2022
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announces a key step forward in bolstering Maryland’s resilience to energy disruptions. Frostburg State University (FSU), located in Allegany County, has been awarded a $750,000 grant from MEA’s Fiscal Year 22 (FY22) Resilient Maryland Capital Development (RMCD) Pilot Program to help cover the costs of installing a clean energy microgrid to safeguard its critical operations from energy disruptions, integrate an emergency shelter for the surrounding community, and meet its sustainability goals. FSU is the first recipient of funding under this program. ...
News
Connecticut calls on utilities to evaluate non-wires alternatives

Connecticut calls on utilities to evaluate non-wires alternatives

Microgrid Knowledge
Jul 25, 2022
Connecticut has proposed a series of measures to ensure utilities consider non-wires alternatives, among them incentives, competitive bids from third parties, and a way to evaluate non-wires alternatives against traditional distribution grid investments. ...
News
Ricardo to design, install and operate a CHP demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint

Ricardo to design, install and operate a CHP demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint

Ricardo
Jul 21, 2022
As part of its mission to support the decarbonisation of the global energy sector, Ricardo, a global, strategic environmental and engineering consulting company, has received 3 million GBP from the UK Government to design, install and operate a combined heat and power (CHP) demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint which will showcase climate repairing technology. The plant will demonstrate the effectiveness of community scale greenhouse gas removal and clean energy using sustainably-sourced forestry waste. The funding is awarded through the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP) under the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). ...

Combined Heat & Power

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Event
Wastewater Infrastructure: ESCO Opportunities

Wastewater Infrastructure: ESCO Opportunities

NAESCO
Monday, August 22, 2022, 2:00 to 3:00 pm ET
The Wastewater Infrastructure Industry is experiencing growth in ESCO performance contracting. As it becomes more common to calculate the energy savings of maintenance and repairs, new ESCO opportunities are emerging. This webinar will introduce some of these key wastewater issues. It will also illustrate how energy and operational savings are leading this market to embrace ESCO solutions. ...
Upcoming Event
World Cogeneration Day

World Cogeneration Day

worldcogenerationday.org
September 4, 2022
On this one day, we celebrate the resiliency of cogeneration and its people and share with the world how CHP serves humanity. Celebrants take to the streets, internet, offices, power plants, and airwaves to teach us what is obvious, that if we work together, using resilient energy-efficient cogeneration and related technology, we can tackle the future and the environment that sustains us. This one day helps us to pursue a "green recovery" in response; showing that healthy, resilient energy supplies enable healthy environments....
Upcoming Event
Gastech Milan 2022

Gastech Milan 2022

Gastech
September 5-8, 2022
As the global energy landscape undertakes a rapid transformation, being present at Gastech 2022 will be critical in securing the position of your business in our new energy future. ...
Upcoming Event
Managing Temperature And Humidity In Indoor Farms

Managing Temperature And Humidity In Indoor Farms

Agritecture
September 13, 2022, 12:00 to 1:00 pm ET
When it comes to climate control, maintaining an adequate environment for your plants is far more complex than heating or cooling a building for human comfort. The temperature and humidity of your grow will have a direct impact on your crop’s health and yield, so it’s important to get it right. ...
Upcoming Event
Facilities and Campus Energy North America Summit

Facilities and Campus Energy North America Summit

RSC
September 14 – 15, 2022
This senior level educational and networking Summit is designed to provide an interchange of knowledge and serve as a catalyst for collaboration across federal, public and private sector institutional, and commercial facility and campus energy stakeholders. The Summit will focus on strategic and technical capabilities to support decarbonization and electrification, improve overall energy efficiencies, reliability, and resiliency for the public and private sector built environment.

...
Upcoming Event
2022 MCA Fall Conference: Exploring Energy Decarbonization and Resiliency Solutions for Your Business and Organization

2022 MCA Fall Conference: Exploring Energy Decarbonization and Resiliency Solutions for Your Business and Organization

Midwest Cogeneration Association
September 19, 2022 1:00 pm ET to 21, 2022 1:00 pm ET
Today, we are experiencing the effects of climate change and increasing weather disasters that are impacting business operations and our economy. Energy Efficient combined heat and power (CHP), also referred to as cogeneration, provides a cost-effective, near-term decarbonization opportunity to improve our nation’s energy, environmental, and economic future. New opportunities are emerging for recognizing and valuing CHP as energy efficiency, decarbonizing, renewable energy enabling, microgrid, and supply-side energy resource. ...
Upcoming Event
RNG WORKS - the North American RNG industry’s annual two-day Technical Workshop & Trade Expo

RNG WORKS - the North American RNG industry’s annual two-day Technical Workshop & Trade Expo

Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas
September 20-22, 2022
Nearly 100 exhibitors and 700 registrants participated in 2021. RNG WORKS is designed for farmers and feedstock owners, RNG project developers, operators, financiers, engineers, equipment providers, manufacturers, EPC, technology and service providers, marketers, transporters, fleets, municipalities, universities, utilities and other end-users, consumers and customers who want to better understand RNG project finance, development, operations, deployment and utilization. ...
Upcoming Event
AEE World

AEE World

AEE
Sept. 21-23, 2022
AEE World is back for 2022 with the usual mix of strategy, learning and networking events. Held over three days, the conference provides you with multiple opportunities to learn and network. ...
Upcoming Event
National Clean Energy Week

National Clean Energy Week

National Clean Energy Week
September 26-30, 2022
National Clean Energy Week brings together elected officials, business leaders, advocates, policymakers, investors, and trade associations from all perspectives who are dedicated to advancing clean energy.

Join our annual week-long celebration of clean energy innovation and help solve the world’s most pressing challenges in nuclear, solar, wind, wave, hydropower, geothermal, natural gas, biomass, carbon capture, storage, and waste-to-energy technologies....
Upcoming Event
COGEN Europe Annual Conference

COGEN Europe Annual Conference

COGEN Europe
October 11 -12, 2022
Preparations are underway for the COGEN Europe Annual Conference 2022, which will be our first fully in-person Conference since 2019. The venue is a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Groot Begijnhof in the city of Leuven (Belgium). There will also be a Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony in the evening of 11 October. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Partner News

Partner News
Kroger's K.B. Specialty Foods Commissions Food Waste Digester and 600 kW CHP Plant

Kroger's K.B. Specialty Foods Commissions Food Waste Digester and 600 kW CHP Plant

2G
Aug 9, 2022
Kroger has commissioned a 2G avus 600 kW Combined Heat & Power (CHP) project in Greensburg Indiana, located at Kroger company's K.B. Specialty Foods. Recently, Kroger announced a Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social impact plan that this project supports. The goal is to end hunger in communities Kroger serves and eliminate waste in their company by 2025....
Partner News
Flexible CHP power for a perfect finish

Flexible CHP power for a perfect finish

DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE
Jul 28, 2022
The automotive division of Otto Fuchs KG is perhaps best known for its forged aluminum wheels – better known as the Fuchs wheel – that is widely used by such iconic brands as Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Ferrari....
Partner News
 2G Exhibiting at Cultivate 2022

2G Exhibiting at Cultivate 2022

2G
July 16-22, 2022
Cultivate is the green-industry must-attend event. Join us to learn best practices and foster business connections so you and your business perform better, grow faster than ever and are prepared for the future....
Partner News
ROLLS-ROYCE COMMISSIONS TEST BENCH FOR mtu HYDROGEN ENGINES FOR CLIMATE-NEUTRAL POWER SUPPLY

ROLLS-ROYCE COMMISSIONS TEST BENCH FOR mtu HYDROGEN ENGINES FOR CLIMATE-NEUTRAL POWER SUPPLY

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jul 14, 2022
Rolls-Royce has commissioned its first in-house test stand for mtu hydrogen engines at its Augsburg site. “This marks another milestone on the road to climate-neutral products for energy supply,” explained Andreas Schell, CEO of Rolls-Royce’s Power Systems division, during the official commissioning in Augsburg. Over the past year and a half, the company has invested around ten million euros at Rolls-Royce Solutions in Augsburg in test bench modernization, hydrogen infrastructure and other measures as part of its ‘Net Zero at Power Systems’ climate protection program. ...
Partner News
Chevron, Cummins announce hydrogen MOU

Chevron, Cummins announce hydrogen MOU

Cummins
Jul 14, 2022
Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron Products Company division, and Cummins have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a strategic alliance to develop commercially viable business opportunities in hydrogen and other alternative energy sources. ...
Partner News
MAN partnering on liquid-air energy storage facility

MAN partnering on liquid-air energy storage facility

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jul 14, 2022
MAN Energy Solutions has finalized a partnership with Highview Power on a liquid-air energy-storage facility in the UK. Highview Power, a leader in long-duration, energy-storage solutions, is currently constructing its CRYOBattery facility, a 50 MW liquid-air, energy-storage facility – with a minimum of 250MWh – at Carrington Village, Greater Manchester....
Partner News
A medical device manufacturer in Puerto Rico is striving for energy efficiency and sustainability!

A medical device manufacturer in Puerto Rico is striving for energy efficiency and sustainability!

2G
Jul 8, 2022
This project is a completed turn-key Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant to generate on-site electricity, produce chilled water from the recovered heat, improve the site's resiliency, and reduce the plant's CO2 emissions. ...
Partner News
New rental deal for Capstone

New rental deal for Capstone

Capstone Green Energy
Jul 8, 2022
Capstone Green Energy signed a contract for a two MW long-term rental contract as it continues to expand its microturbine rental business as part of its growing Energy as a Service (EaaS) business model. The new, multi-year rental contract provides two C1000 Signature Series microturbines scheduled to be installed by the end of the current fiscal year. They will be used in an industrial combined heat and power (CHP), energy efficiency application configured with 10 of Capstone’s Integrated Heat Recovery Modules (iHRM) to produce thermal energy. ...
Partner News
Capstone secures 1.6 MW CHP microturbine order in Mexico

Capstone secures 1.6 MW CHP microturbine order in Mexico

Capstone Green Energy
Jun 30, 2022
Capstone Green Energy Corp., which provides carbon reduction and on-site resilient green Energy as a Service (EaS) solutions, has received a follow-on order for two signature series microturbines totaling 1.6 MW for a leading bottling and packaging solutions provider ...
Partner News
How Energy Upgrade Will Reduce Wastewater Treatment Plant Emissions by 93%

How Energy Upgrade Will Reduce Wastewater Treatment Plant Emissions by 93%

2G
Jun 27, 2022
California’s West County Wastewater (WCW) will undergo a comprehensive energy, infrastructure, and process improvement project designed to significantly reduce the organization’s carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. This infrastructure upgrade project will reduce WCW’s overall greenhouse gas emissions by 93% at its Water Quality and Resource Recovery Plant and is expected to save more than $83 million over the project’s lifetime. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Focused News

News
UK: "Now into its 16th season, this site is still extremely efficient"

UK: "Now into its 16th season, this site is still extremely efficient"

Horti-Daily
Aug 10, 2022
Over the last two decades at R&L Holt, they have worked closely with Evesham Vale Growers, and they have four locations where they grow their tomatoes in the Evesham area. At R&L Holt, the sustainability of how they grow their tomatoes is extremely important to them."We use recycled woodchip in boilers to provide hot water to heat the glasshouse, which is stored in buffer tanks," they explain. "Thermal screens work both in warm and cold temperatures as they shade crops during bright weather and keep heat in the glasshouse during the winter months."

The grower utilizes LED lighting which provides many benefits. "LED lighting uses up to 40% less electricity than conventional lighting that is powered by on-site CHP plants, so we do not depend on the National Grid supply," they point out. "Solar panels provide the power to run pumps that irrigate the crops, and climate control helps to ensure we are not wasting energy. Lastly, we pack our crops in re-usable crates." ...
News
Global food-miles account for nearly 20% of total food-systems emissions

Global food-miles account for nearly 20% of total food-systems emissions

Nature
Aug 9, 2022
Food trade plays a key role in achieving global food security. With a growing consumer demand for diverse food products, transportation has emerged as a key link in food supply chains. We estimate the carbon footprint of food-miles by using a global multi-region accounting framework. We calculate food-miles based on the countries and sectors of origin and the destination countries, and distinguish the relevant international and domestic transport distances and commodity masses. When the entire upstream food supply chain is considered, global food-miles correspond to about 3.0 GtCO2e (3.5–7.5 times higher than previously estimated), indicating that transport accounts for about 19% of total food-system emissions (stemming from transport, production and land-use change). Global freight transport associated with vegetable and fruit consumption contributes 36% of food-miles emissions—almost twice the amount of greenhouse gases released during their production. To mitigate the environmental impact of food, a shift towards plant-based foods must be coupled with more locally produced items, mainly in affluent countries....
News
Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority’s Infrastructure ESIP (CHP based) Earns Top Project of the Year

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority’s Infrastructure ESIP (CHP based) Earns Top Project of the Year

Schneider Electric
Aug 8, 2022
Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and sustainability, and Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA) today announced that their infrastructure project to improve sustainability and resilience of WMUA’s water and wastewater facilities received a Top Project of the Year Award in the elite Environment + Energy Leader Awards program. The win is an indication that the program’s expert judges consider WMUA a top example of the exemplary work being done today in the fields of energy and environmental management....
News
Why Deep Energy Efficiency Now Matters More Than Ever: Actual Case Study, Not a Theory

Why Deep Energy Efficiency Now Matters More Than Ever: Actual Case Study, Not a Theory

U.S. DOE
Aug 6, 2022
The recent IPCC report warns that all sectors need to accelerate permanent GHG reductions within decades – not half a century. Many institutions and enterprises have made net-zero commitments, although “net” usually means procurement of emissions RECs and offsets; at best an interim solution. This webinar will walk through a deep energy efficiency program that is far more impactful, permanent, and affordable than emissions offsets. “Deep” efficiency sets the bar high at 50% reduction in energy use-intensity for both new and retrofitted buildings. This is not a theoretical model, but a program that has proven successful at the University of California, Irvine for more than two decades....
News
U.S. Department of Energy to Invest Up to $165 Million to Advance Domestic Geothermal Energy Deployment

U.S. Department of Energy to Invest Up to $165 Million to Advance Domestic Geothermal Energy Deployment

U.S. DOE
Jul 28, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $165 million to expand U.S. geothermal energy deployment. The Geothermal Energy from Oil and Gas Demonstrated Engineering (GEODE) initiative will provide $10 million to form a consortium of experts to develop a roadmap for addressing technology and knowledge gaps in geothermal energy, based on best practices used within the oil and gas industry. DOE will then use that roadmap to fund up to an additional $155 million in research to address those gaps. This funding opportunity supports President Biden’s priorities to deploy clean energy sources to combat climate change, strengthen our energy independence, and create good-paying jobs. ...
News
DOE Issues Notice of Intent to Provide Funding for Clean Hydrogen and Grid Resilience Projects to Support Climate Goals

DOE Issues Notice of Intent to Provide Funding for Clean Hydrogen and Grid Resilience Projects to Support Climate Goals

U.S. DOE
Jul 27, 2022
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a notice of intent for a potential funding opportunity to accelerate the research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) of clean-hydrogen technologies and grid resilience. The potential funding will advance the Biden Administration’s goals of achieving carbon-free electricity by 2035 and net-zero carbon emissions across the entire economy by 2050....
News
Winners of 2022 Greater Good Awards offer insight into their microgrid projects

Winners of 2022 Greater Good Awards offer insight into their microgrid projects

Microgrid Knowledge
Jul 27, 2022
The fourth annual Microgrid Greater Good Awards were handed out during the Microgrid 2022 conference in June. The winners each presented their projects during a special session at the conference.

Winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, and awards were granted for Highest Recognition for a Microgrid Serving the Greater Good; Greater Good Award for a Grid-Connected Microgrid and Greater Good Award for a Remote Microgrid....
News
Maryland Energy Administration Awards Frostburg State University $750,000 to Develop Microgrid Including CHP

Maryland Energy Administration Awards Frostburg State University $750,000 to Develop Microgrid Including CHP

Maryland Energy Administration
Jul 25, 2022
The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) announces a key step forward in bolstering Maryland’s resilience to energy disruptions. Frostburg State University (FSU), located in Allegany County, has been awarded a $750,000 grant from MEA’s Fiscal Year 22 (FY22) Resilient Maryland Capital Development (RMCD) Pilot Program to help cover the costs of installing a clean energy microgrid to safeguard its critical operations from energy disruptions, integrate an emergency shelter for the surrounding community, and meet its sustainability goals. FSU is the first recipient of funding under this program. ...
News
Connecticut calls on utilities to evaluate non-wires alternatives

Connecticut calls on utilities to evaluate non-wires alternatives

Microgrid Knowledge
Jul 25, 2022
Connecticut has proposed a series of measures to ensure utilities consider non-wires alternatives, among them incentives, competitive bids from third parties, and a way to evaluate non-wires alternatives against traditional distribution grid investments. ...
News
Ricardo to design, install and operate a CHP demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint

Ricardo to design, install and operate a CHP demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint

Ricardo
Jul 21, 2022
As part of its mission to support the decarbonisation of the global energy sector, Ricardo, a global, strategic environmental and engineering consulting company, has received 3 million GBP from the UK Government to design, install and operate a combined heat and power (CHP) demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint which will showcase climate repairing technology. The plant will demonstrate the effectiveness of community scale greenhouse gas removal and clean energy using sustainably-sourced forestry waste. The funding is awarded through the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP) under the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). ...

Combined Heat & Power

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Event
Wastewater Infrastructure: ESCO Opportunities

Wastewater Infrastructure: ESCO Opportunities

NAESCO
Monday, August 22, 2022, 2:00 to 3:00 pm ET
The Wastewater Infrastructure Industry is experiencing growth in ESCO performance contracting. As it becomes more common to calculate the energy savings of maintenance and repairs, new ESCO opportunities are emerging. This webinar will introduce some of these key wastewater issues. It will also illustrate how energy and operational savings are leading this market to embrace ESCO solutions. ...
Upcoming Event
World Cogeneration Day

World Cogeneration Day

worldcogenerationday.org
September 4, 2022
On this one day, we celebrate the resiliency of cogeneration and its people and share with the world how CHP serves humanity. Celebrants take to the streets, internet, offices, power plants, and airwaves to teach us what is obvious, that if we work together, using resilient energy-efficient cogeneration and related technology, we can tackle the future and the environment that sustains us. This one day helps us to pursue a "green recovery" in response; showing that healthy, resilient energy supplies enable healthy environments....
Upcoming Event
Gastech Milan 2022

Gastech Milan 2022

Gastech
September 5-8, 2022
As the global energy landscape undertakes a rapid transformation, being present at Gastech 2022 will be critical in securing the position of your business in our new energy future. ...
Upcoming Event
Managing Temperature And Humidity In Indoor Farms

Managing Temperature And Humidity In Indoor Farms

Agritecture
September 13, 2022, 12:00 to 1:00 pm ET
When it comes to climate control, maintaining an adequate environment for your plants is far more complex than heating or cooling a building for human comfort. The temperature and humidity of your grow will have a direct impact on your crop’s health and yield, so it’s important to get it right. ...
Upcoming Event
Facilities and Campus Energy North America Summit

Facilities and Campus Energy North America Summit

RSC
September 14 – 15, 2022
This senior level educational and networking Summit is designed to provide an interchange of knowledge and serve as a catalyst for collaboration across federal, public and private sector institutional, and commercial facility and campus energy stakeholders. The Summit will focus on strategic and technical capabilities to support decarbonization and electrification, improve overall energy efficiencies, reliability, and resiliency for the public and private sector built environment.

...
Upcoming Event
2022 MCA Fall Conference: Exploring Energy Decarbonization and Resiliency Solutions for Your Business and Organization

2022 MCA Fall Conference: Exploring Energy Decarbonization and Resiliency Solutions for Your Business and Organization

Midwest Cogeneration Association
September 19, 2022 1:00 pm ET to 21, 2022 1:00 pm ET
Today, we are experiencing the effects of climate change and increasing weather disasters that are impacting business operations and our economy. Energy Efficient combined heat and power (CHP), also referred to as cogeneration, provides a cost-effective, near-term decarbonization opportunity to improve our nation’s energy, environmental, and economic future. New opportunities are emerging for recognizing and valuing CHP as energy efficiency, decarbonizing, renewable energy enabling, microgrid, and supply-side energy resource. ...
Upcoming Event
RNG WORKS - the North American RNG industry’s annual two-day Technical Workshop & Trade Expo

RNG WORKS - the North American RNG industry’s annual two-day Technical Workshop & Trade Expo

Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas
September 20-22, 2022
Nearly 100 exhibitors and 700 registrants participated in 2021. RNG WORKS is designed for farmers and feedstock owners, RNG project developers, operators, financiers, engineers, equipment providers, manufacturers, EPC, technology and service providers, marketers, transporters, fleets, municipalities, universities, utilities and other end-users, consumers and customers who want to better understand RNG project finance, development, operations, deployment and utilization. ...
Upcoming Event
AEE World

AEE World

AEE
Sept. 21-23, 2022
AEE World is back for 2022 with the usual mix of strategy, learning and networking events. Held over three days, the conference provides you with multiple opportunities to learn and network. ...
Upcoming Event
National Clean Energy Week

National Clean Energy Week

National Clean Energy Week
September 26-30, 2022
National Clean Energy Week brings together elected officials, business leaders, advocates, policymakers, investors, and trade associations from all perspectives who are dedicated to advancing clean energy.

Join our annual week-long celebration of clean energy innovation and help solve the world’s most pressing challenges in nuclear, solar, wind, wave, hydropower, geothermal, natural gas, biomass, carbon capture, storage, and waste-to-energy technologies....
Upcoming Event
COGEN Europe Annual Conference

COGEN Europe Annual Conference

COGEN Europe
October 11 -12, 2022
Preparations are underway for the COGEN Europe Annual Conference 2022, which will be our first fully in-person Conference since 2019. The venue is a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Groot Begijnhof in the city of Leuven (Belgium). There will also be a Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony in the evening of 11 October. ...

Combined Heat & Power

Partner News

Partner News
Kroger's K.B. Specialty Foods Commissions Food Waste Digester and 600 kW CHP Plant

Kroger's K.B. Specialty Foods Commissions Food Waste Digester and 600 kW CHP Plant

2G
Aug 9, 2022
Kroger has commissioned a 2G avus 600 kW Combined Heat & Power (CHP) project in Greensburg Indiana, located at Kroger company's K.B. Specialty Foods. Recently, Kroger announced a Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social impact plan that this project supports. The goal is to end hunger in communities Kroger serves and eliminate waste in their company by 2025....
Partner News
Flexible CHP power for a perfect finish

Flexible CHP power for a perfect finish

DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE
Jul 28, 2022
The automotive division of Otto Fuchs KG is perhaps best known for its forged aluminum wheels – better known as the Fuchs wheel – that is widely used by such iconic brands as Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Ferrari....
Partner News
 2G Exhibiting at Cultivate 2022

2G Exhibiting at Cultivate 2022

2G
July 16-22, 2022
Cultivate is the green-industry must-attend event. Join us to learn best practices and foster business connections so you and your business perform better, grow faster than ever and are prepared for the future....
Partner News
ROLLS-ROYCE COMMISSIONS TEST BENCH FOR mtu HYDROGEN ENGINES FOR CLIMATE-NEUTRAL POWER SUPPLY

ROLLS-ROYCE COMMISSIONS TEST BENCH FOR mtu HYDROGEN ENGINES FOR CLIMATE-NEUTRAL POWER SUPPLY

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jul 14, 2022
Rolls-Royce has commissioned its first in-house test stand for mtu hydrogen engines at its Augsburg site. “This marks another milestone on the road to climate-neutral products for energy supply,” explained Andreas Schell, CEO of Rolls-Royce’s Power Systems division, during the official commissioning in Augsburg. Over the past year and a half, the company has invested around ten million euros at Rolls-Royce Solutions in Augsburg in test bench modernization, hydrogen infrastructure and other measures as part of its ‘Net Zero at Power Systems’ climate protection program. ...
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Chevron, Cummins announce hydrogen MOU

Chevron, Cummins announce hydrogen MOU

Cummins
Jul 14, 2022
Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron Products Company division, and Cummins have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore a strategic alliance to develop commercially viable business opportunities in hydrogen and other alternative energy sources. ...
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MAN partnering on liquid-air energy storage facility

MAN partnering on liquid-air energy storage facility

mtu a Rolls Royce solution
Jul 14, 2022
MAN Energy Solutions has finalized a partnership with Highview Power on a liquid-air energy-storage facility in the UK. Highview Power, a leader in long-duration, energy-storage solutions, is currently constructing its CRYOBattery facility, a 50 MW liquid-air, energy-storage facility – with a minimum of 250MWh – at Carrington Village, Greater Manchester....
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A medical device manufacturer in Puerto Rico is striving for energy efficiency and sustainability!

A medical device manufacturer in Puerto Rico is striving for energy efficiency and sustainability!

2G
Jul 8, 2022
This project is a completed turn-key Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant to generate on-site electricity, produce chilled water from the recovered heat, improve the site's resiliency, and reduce the plant's CO2 emissions. ...
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New rental deal for Capstone

New rental deal for Capstone

Capstone Green Energy
Jul 8, 2022
Capstone Green Energy signed a contract for a two MW long-term rental contract as it continues to expand its microturbine rental business as part of its growing Energy as a Service (EaaS) business model. The new, multi-year rental contract provides two C1000 Signature Series microturbines scheduled to be installed by the end of the current fiscal year. They will be used in an industrial combined heat and power (CHP), energy efficiency application configured with 10 of Capstone’s Integrated Heat Recovery Modules (iHRM) to produce thermal energy. ...
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Capstone secures 1.6 MW CHP microturbine order in Mexico

Capstone secures 1.6 MW CHP microturbine order in Mexico

Capstone Green Energy
Jun 30, 2022
Capstone Green Energy Corp., which provides carbon reduction and on-site resilient green Energy as a Service (EaS) solutions, has received a follow-on order for two signature series microturbines totaling 1.6 MW for a leading bottling and packaging solutions provider ...
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How Energy Upgrade Will Reduce Wastewater Treatment Plant Emissions by 93%

How Energy Upgrade Will Reduce Wastewater Treatment Plant Emissions by 93%

2G
Jun 27, 2022
California’s West County Wastewater (WCW) will undergo a comprehensive energy, infrastructure, and process improvement project designed to significantly reduce the organization’s carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. This infrastructure upgrade project will reduce WCW’s overall greenhouse gas emissions by 93% at its Water Quality and Resource Recovery Plant and is expected to save more than $83 million over the project’s lifetime. ...
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