Contracts & Installations

Bahama Yacht Club to Generate Power from Solid Waste

Linda Hardesty

Cirque Energy executed a Joint Development Agreement with Cat Cay Yacht Club, a private island, in the Bahamas, for the development of a $2 million renewable energy generation facility, using Cirque Energy’s deployable gasification unit technology. The operation will process the island’s solid waste into syngas fuel using Cirque Energy’s gasification and cleanup technology to   …Continue Reading


Energy Storage Helps Hotel Reduce Demand Charges by 10%

Linda Hardesty

The Ocean Park Inn in San Diego installed Stem’s energy storage system and is expected to save an average of $4,500 per year, lowering its annual demand charges by more than 10 percent. The combination of San Diego Gas & Electric’s energy storage incentives and Stem’s financing plan allowed the hotel to activate the system   …Continue Reading


Uline to Operate 130 GenDrive Fuel Cell Units from Plug Power

Linda Hardesty

Uline, a distributor of shipping and packaging materials to businesses, is Plug Power’s newest GenKey customer. The initial deployment of GenDrive units will be powering the forklift fleet at one of Uline’s distribution centers in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. Additionally, Uline will deploy a second fleet of GenDrive-powered lift trucks into a newly constructed facility in   …Continue Reading


Los Angeles Shopping Center Installs 504 kW Solar

Linda Hardesty

Alta Energy completed a 504.7 kW solar generation system at Westfield Century City shopping center in Los Angeles, California. The project represents the sixth solar PV system deployed at Westfield Corporation properties and managed by Alta Energy. The Westfield Century City project is part of the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power’s Solar Photovoltaic   …Continue Reading


Eaton Hired at Fort Campbell

Linda Hardesty

Eaton announced multiple contracts to provide engineering services, a solar inverter and electrical distribution equipment for a 1.9 MW solar project at Fort Campbell in Kentucky. The project is the first phase of a planned 5 MW solar array at the US Army location. Once complete, the solar array is expected to annually produce about   …Continue Reading


Data Center Installs Bloom Energy Fuel Cells

Linda Hardesty

Data center company Equinix, is installing a 1 MW Bloom Energy biogas fuel cell project at its SV5 International Business Exchange (IBX) data center in Silicon Valley. The deployment of fuel cells supports Equinix’s long-term sustainability goal of using 100 percent renewable energy across its platform of more than 100 data centers. The 1 MW   …Continue Reading


Plug Power Sells 177 Fuel Cell Units to Big Box Retailer

Linda Hardesty

Plug Power says an unnamed big box retailer purchased a comprehensive GenKey hydrogen and fuel cell system to power the retailer’s material handling fleet in its new distribution warehouse constructed in Troy Township near Toledo, Ohio. Home Depot recently built a distribution warehouse in Troy Township. Plug Power’s GenKey installation is fully deployed at the   …Continue Reading


UK Cement Factory Installs Waste-Derived Fuel System

Linda Hardesty

Saxlund International is installing a waste-derived fuel system for Hope Construction Materials, a British supplier of construction materials. Located at the company’s Hope Works cement plant in Derbyshire, the system has been designed to provide storage, transportation, weighing and injection of solid waste fuel to the two kilns at the site. The goal is to   …Continue Reading


Raritan Does Hotel Energy Management via Data Center

Karen Henry

Raritan has helped Choice Hotels, the parent company of Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Sleep Inn, EconoLodge and Cambria Suites, transition to a “lights out” data center. Raritan was charged with creating a data center management system that could be deployed with no disruption to Choice Hotel’s 24-hour reservation systems, provide reliable power delivery and include an easy-to-use,   …Continue Reading


AT&T Selects UAF Air Filters to Keep Network Equipment Cool

Linda Hardesty

Universal Air Filter (UAF) is awarded a three-year contract with AT&T as the exclusive supplier for over 350 networking equipment replacement air filters. Proper thermal management reduces costs and improves network uptime for the global telecommunications company. When filters aren’t built to exact specifications and serviced properly, routers, switches and other air-cooled equipment overheats and   …Continue Reading