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Vortisand Helps NOLO’s District Energy Center Clean Up Its Water

Karen Henry

Enwave’s District Energy Center in New Orleans provides more than 33,000 tons of chilled water and air conditioning to more than 12 million square feet of commercial property that encompasses 15 square city blocks, including the New Orleans Regional Medical Center. After Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans in 2005, all of Enwave’s cooling water systems   …Continue Reading


Germany Uses Economies of Scale to Shape Renewables Market

Karen Henry

In the race for renewable energy adoption, Germany is the clear leader among industrialized nations. Over the last 10 years, it has spent more than $140 billion on its renewable energy program, using guaranteed returns to lure farmers, homeowners, businesses and local cooperatives to install solar panels, wind turbines, biogas plants and other sources of   …Continue Reading


SEPA, ScottMadden Partner for Fact Finding in Germany

Linda Hardesty

Consulting firm ScottMadden is joining the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) to lead a group of about 25 US energy executives to Germany to exchange information with electricity and solar market leaders who are adapting to change in a dynamic and controversial environment. The executives have the goal of returning with insights and practical knowledge that can   …Continue Reading


Stem Installs 1 MW Energy Storage on Oahu

Linda Hardesty

Stem will deploy one MW of behind-the-meter energy storage in a demonstration project with Hawaiian Electric to support grid response services. Stem will manage the energy storage system for commercial and industrial customers throughout Oahu. The aggregate portfolio of energy storage customers will provide additional grid capability during periods of variable solar generation and peak   …Continue Reading


More than Half of US Companies Project Increased Energy Efficiency Investment in 2015

Karen Henry

Schneider Electric has released the results of a recently commissioned survey of 301 energy leaders across the United States. The results reveal that three quarters of decision-makers at US companies have invested in energy efficiency programs in the past 12 months, and 56 percent project their investment in energy efficiency next year will be more   …Continue Reading


Flare Gas Captured, Used to Power Drilling Rigs

Linda Hardesty

A joint venture between GE and Ferus Natural Gas Fuels announced the expansion of a pilot project to capture flare gas and use it to power up to six of Statoil’s drill rigs and one frac fleet in North Dakota. Statoil, which is involved in oil and gas exploration, has been trialing the Last Mile   …Continue Reading


EIA: US Marketed Natural Gas Production Hits Record in June

Linda Hardesty

US Energy Information Administration Administrator Adam Sieminski issued the following comments on EIA’s latest Short-Term Energy Outlook. “US natural gas production is expected to increase 5.3 percent this year. US marketed natural gas production in June was a record 74.5 billion cubic feet per day. US natural gas production has shown very strong growth in   …Continue Reading


Nevada Chosen for Tesla Gigafactory

Linda Hardesty

Nevada was selected as the official site for the Tesla gigafactory. Tesla Motors’ electric car battery plant will be worth $100 billion to the state of Nevada, according to executives at Tesla and leaders of the state’s government. The $5-billion gigafactory where Tesla will produce batteries in partnership with Japanese electronics maker Panasonic, will be   …Continue Reading


Floating Solar Plant Built in Japan

Linda Hardesty

Kyocera, Century Tokyo Leasing and Ciel et Terre International are constructing two floating solar installations totaling 2.9 MW. Kyocera TCL Solar will develop and operate the floating solar plants using Ciel et Terre’s Hydrelio floating solar platforms in two installations at Nishihira Pond and Higashihira Pond in Kato City, Japan. The 11,256 Kyocera solar modules   …Continue Reading


Green Mountain Power Partners with NRG Energy

Karen Henry

Green Mountain Power (GMP) and NRG Energy announced a partnership to deploy a series of new products and services for Vermont businesses and residents. Beginning in early 2015, the partnership plans to bring clean energy products and services to Vermont. Central to the effort will be the development of an advanced distribution grid in Rutland.   …Continue Reading


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