Italian Company Using Trigeneration Plant for Clean Energy

Italian Company Using Trigeneration Plant for Clean Energy

Bio-on, an eco-sustainable chemical technologies company, and Gruppo Hera, one of Italy’s main multi-utility providers, have reached an agreement for the supply of clean energy thanks to the a newly designed trigeneration plant. The 1 MW trigeneration plant will guarantee clean electric energy for the new biopolymer production … Read more…

US Coast Guard Academy Utility System Upgrade To Save $2 Million Annually

US Coast Guard Academy Utility System Upgrade To Save $2 Million Annually

The US Coast Guard Academy broke ground Monday on a new project with Eversource and Ameresco to replace an aging utility system on its 85-year-old campus in New London, Connecticut, the Associated Press reported. Starting in 2020, the upgrades are expected to save the academy … Read more…

DOE Announces Release of Updated, Interactive CHP Database

DOE Announces Release of Updated, Interactive CHP Database

The The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Advanced Manufacturing Office announced the release of an updated database that contains a comprehensive listing of combined heat and power (CHP) installations throughout the country. The updated version of the Combined Heat and Power Installation Database contains a comprehensive … Read more…

Boston Medical Center’s $15M, 2-MW CHP Plant Goes Live

Boston Medical Center’s $15M, 2-MW CHP Plant Goes Live

Boston Medical Center, the busiest trauma and emergency services center in New England, went live on April 24 with a $15 million, natural gas-fired, 2-MW combined heat and power plant (CHP or cogeneration) that is expected to save the hospital about $1.5 million on its energy costs annually.

Energy Efficiency Projects Approved in New Jersey

Energy Efficiency Projects Approved in New Jersey

Two facilities in Trenton — The Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DE) – are among the buildings that have been approved for retrofit projects, according to New Jersey Spotlight. The two buildings are expected to save $500,000 … Read more…

New York State Considers $15M Rebate Program for Installation of Ground-Source Heat Pumps

New York State Considers $15M Rebate Program for Installation of Ground-Source Heat Pumps

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) proposed a $15 million program on February 7 to accelerate the use of renewable heating and cooling technologies statewide.

Sonoma Vineyard Seeks Self-Sufficiency with Multi-Renewable Microgrid and Storage

Stone Edge Farm, a spa and vineyard in Sonoma, California, announced the selection of Emerson Automation Solutions on January 24 to provide efficient and reliable operation of its new microgrid – which Stone Edge describes as “a self-sufficient energy production and distribution facility relying on diverse sources of electricity, including solar power, wind power, hydrogen power, and advanced storage battery technology.”

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