The work would be done under "energy performance contracting" will allow the system to use the savings to fully fund the capital work.
The district spends about $45 million annually on energy costs but anticipates lowering the costs to about$23 million per year. (Source: Philadelphia Energy Authority, philly.com, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Philadelphia Energy Authority, Emily Schapira, Exec. Dir, www.philaenergy.org
More Low-Carbon Energy News Energy Efficiency, Building Energy Efficiency,
Entic delivers energy and water savings through increased operational visibility and control under an affordable, easy-to-implement subscription model. Used by some of the most recognized names in hospitality, healthcare, commercial office real estate and sports, Entic provides real-time financial and engineering dashboards so that business and facility managers can make better decisions. (Source: Entic, PR. Mar., 2017) Contact: Entic, Carlos Diaz, CEO, (954) 391-7824, www.entic.com
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Arkados Group is a startup firm working to develop software that tracks how much energy office buildings and factories use. The company also installs energy conservation equipment like solar panels and LED lights. (Source: SolBright Renewable Energy, Post& Courier, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: SolBright Renewable Energy, Patrick Hassell, Founder,
(843) 535-8500 , info@SolbrightRE.com, www.solbrightre.com; Arkados Group, www.arkadosgroup.com
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Together, the projects will cover nearly 1,000 acres and generate over 80 MW of electricity to power which is sufficient to power approximately 13,000 homes. It is also roughly equivalent to all of South Carolina's solar capacity at the end of 2016.
Chemicals manufacturer Solvay will purchase the power generated by the larger of the two projects, while the Cayce-based utility SCE&G will buy the remainder. (Source: Dominion Energy, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Dominion Energy, www.dom.com
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The new solar project will be a "revolutionary step for the country's energy sector and a threshold in shifting toward new renewable energy", according to Turkish Energy Minister Berat Albayrak. The plant will have a 15-year power purchase guarantee with the government agency. (Source: Hanwha Q, Korean Herald, 21 Mar., 2017) Contact: Hanwha Q CELLS, www.q-cells.us; Hanwha Group, www.hanwha.com
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SolAero's UAV-TJ high efficiency solar cells will convert solar radiation directly into electricity to provide power for extended duration flights, to charge the vehicles' batteries for overnight flight and to enable payloads that consume too much power for batteries alone.
SolAero's solar cells were integrated into flexible sheets and ultimately onto the vehicle carbon-fiber wing tips, which will generate approximately 40W of power.
(Source: SolAero Technologies, PR, 21 Mar., 2017) Contact: SolAero Technologies, Brad Clevenger, CEO, (505) 559-2685, www.solaerotech.com;
Naval Research Laboratory:
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The modular, 500,000 gpy automated system features proprietary distillation and dehydration modules and plant-wide implementation of Greenbelt's proprietary automated process controls.
(Source: Greenbelt Resources Corp., PR, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Greenbelt Resources, www.greenbeltresources.com
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The facility has been using Honeywell UOP's Ecofining technology to convert inedible oils and other waste feedstock to produce Honeywell Green Diesel, a renewable fuel that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 80 pct compared to diesel produced from petroleum. This bio-diesel has a lower cetane value of 80 compared with cetane value of 40–60 in petroleum diesel. Cetane values indicate how quickly and completely diesel fuel will burn. Also, higher-cetane diesel fuel provides better engine performance with lesser emissions. (Source: Honeywell UOP, Zacks, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Honeywell UOP, Renewable Energy and Chemicals Business, Veronica May, VP, www.uop.com; Diamond Green Diesel, www.diamondgreendiesel.com
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Meyer Burger's MAiA 2.1. tool is a cell coating platform for PERC cells, and is an upgrade on previous iterations.
This year to date, orders for Meyer Burger's PERC tooling technology have surpassed $100 million.(Source: Meyer Burger, PV Mag., 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Meyer Burger, Peter Pauli, CEO, +41 33 221 2800, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.meyerburger.com
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In July, 2016, Manta Biofuel won a $1 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy to further develop its algal technology. Manta's algae biofuel can be used as a drop in replacement for traditional crude oil and can be refined into gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel and other petroleum derived products. Refiners are the primary end consumers of crude oil and this is the larger market Manta will address in the long term.
(Source: Manta Biofuel, Baltimore BUsiness Journal, 20 Mar., 2017) Contact: Manta Biofuel, www.mantabiofuel.com
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To produce their biomethane, wastewater is separated from sludge in treatment plants, and then becomes gas after a fermentation treatment. Following a purification and enrichment process, the biogas can be utilized as fuel and works well in compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueled vehicles.
The two firms are establishing a commercial production prototype in a municipal waste treatment plant serving Barcelona. The LIFE+ Methamorphosis biogas can be utilized directly in cars or could be added to the natural gas distribution network, according to the project's website.
SEAT will supply vehicles to test the biofuel. The European Commission is funding the project. Other companies participating include Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, Gas Natural, the Catalan Institute for Energy, and the Barcelona Metropolitan Area. (Source: SEAT, New Atlas, 20 Mar., 2017)
Contact: SEAT, www.seat.com; Life Metzmorphosis, http://www.life-methamorphosis.eu/en/el-projecte
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In his message, the PM added that the government realizes the importance of trees as best instruments of Climate Change Mitigation and also noted that the country is committed to deal with the impacts of climate change through its technology framework, enhanced capacity building, and its commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement.
(Source: Radio Pakistan, Other Media, 21 Mar., 2017)
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In January, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) released important measures to address methane pollution from new oil and gas operations. March 22nd would have marked the public comment period deadline for the measures. Yet the industry's aggressive lobbying of state legislators likely prompted DEP to extend the comment period to June 5th.
The coalition emphasized the urgent need for DEP's proposed standards for new sources, and called on DEP to quickly develop rules to cover existing sources of natural gas that are already polluting the air.
However, since the measures were introduced the General Assembly has been working to undermine them through Legislation (SB 175) that would prevent the state from adopting methane standards that are more stringent than the federal government's. (Source: Earthworks and Partners, 21 Mar., 2017) Contact: Clean Air Pennsylvania, www.CleanAirPA.org; Earthworks & Partners, www.earthworksaction.org; Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Neil Shader, (717) 787-1323, www.ahs.dep.pa.gov
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To help achieve this goal, the share of renewable energy in primary energy supply would need to increase to 65 pct in 2050 from 15 pct in 2015, and an additional $29 trillion of energy investment would be needed to 2050 -- equivalent to 0.4 pct of global GDP. Such investment should provide stimulus that, with other policies supporting growth, would boost global GDP by 0.8 pct in 2050.
Globally, 32 gigatonnes of energy-related CO2 were emitted in 2015. Emissions need to fall to 9.5 gigatonnes by 2050 to limit global warming to no more than 2 degrees C above pre-industrial temperatures, IRENA said. (Source: IRENA, Reuters, Others, 20 Mar., 2017)Contact: IRENA, +91 2 417 9000, www.irena.org
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In most EU countries an increase in renewable energy correlates with a decrease in greenhouse gases.
In Germany, approximately 40 pct of electric power generation currently comes from coal power plants, which are heavy emitters. Even so, Germany is still seen as a positive model for the rest of the world, according to the publication.
(Source: EU Observer, Others, 27 Mar., 2017)
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Cielo also reports it has entered into exclusive negotiations with an arms-length third party "Strategic Funder" for all costs associated with the construction of the first 6 refineries producing high-grade renewable diesel fuel in Alberta, including the purchase of the property and development of the existing biodiesel refinery on the property in High River, Alberta, as announced on November 16, 2016.
(Source: Cielo Waste Solutions, PR, Mar. 20, 2017) Contact: Cielo Waste Solutions Corp.
Don Allan, President & CEO, (403) 348-2972 Ext 222, email@example.com,
www.cielows.com; XL Resources Limited, www.xlrco.com
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PSA recovery rates typically deliver recoveries in the 94 percent to 96 percent range. With this breakthrough in the PSA process and cycle design, Xebec can offer a step change in achievable recovery rates, up to 98.5 percent, offering its proven adsorption technology that is cost effective, flexible and reliable.
(Source: Xebec Adsorption Inc., PR, March 16, 2017)Contact: Xebec Absorption, Kurt Sorschak, President & CEO, (450) 979-8700, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.xebecinc.com
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The new unit, which builds on the company's acquisition of groSolar in April 2016, plays a critical role at the junction of many of EDF RE's existing businesses, serving to both better integrate renewable energy products into the grid while providing a bolt-on addition from a sales perspective.
Canada and over 300 MW of storage projects. (Source: EDF Renewable Energy, CleanTechnica, 16 Mar., 2017)Contact: EDF RE, Tristan Grimbert, Pres., CEO, EDF EN North America, www.edf-re.com; groSolar, (800) 374-4494, www.grosolar.com
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LIFA runs the Living Building Challenge, Living Community Challenge, Living Product Challenge, Net Zero Energy Certification, the Cascadia Green Building Council and other leading-edge programs.(Source: ILFI, PR, 15 Mar., 2017)
Contact: International Living Future Institute, Amanda Sturgeon, CEO, (401) 661-3679, email@example.com, www.ilfi.org; Green Building Alliance, (412) 773-6000, www.go-gba.org
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According to the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), aircraft were responsible for producing over 780 million tonnes of CO2 in 2015. To try to reduce that footprint, the industry is improving the efficiency of its jet engines, looking at alternate flight paths, and increasingly turning to biofuels made from halophyte, camelina or other sources.
To investigate the effects of using biofuels, NASA and agencies in Germany and Canada ran a series of tests as part of the Alternative Fuel Effects on Contrails and Cruise Emissions Study (ACCESS). The ACCESS tests found that the biofuel mix reduced particle emissions by between 50 and 70 pct, which is good news not just for CO2 air pollution, but for cutting back the likelihood that contrails will form.
NASA plans to continue to study the benefits of biofuels, and will demonstrate them with the supersonic X-plane, QueSST.
(Source: NASA, New Atlas, 16 Mar., 2017) Contact: Air Transport Group, www.atag.org;
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According to research agronomist Eric Eriksmoen, carinata is easier to refine into jet fuel and biodiesel than are other plant products. The plants' lower gel temperature relative to petroleum-based diesel fuels makes carinata a good fit for biodiesel used in northern regions.
Carinata's primary developer, Agrisoma Biosciences, has been contracting with farmers in western North Dakota and eastern Montana to produce the crop and South Dakota State University (SDSU) is developing ways to expand carinata production and create processing capacity. Funding is coming from the South Dakota legislature, the South Dakota Oilseed Commission, the North Central Sun Grant Initiative, and from Agrisoma.
Carinata trial yields have been as high as 3,000 pounds per acre, but a typical yield is 1,500 to 2,000 pounds. (Source: Successful Farming, 13 Mar., 2017) Contact: Agrisoma Biosciences, Steven Fabijanski, Pres., CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://agrisoma.com; North Dakota State University North Central Research Extension Center, Eric Eriksmoen, (701) 857-7677, www.ag.ndsu.edu/NorthCentralREC
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Meanwhile, a separate poll found that 57 pct believe that newly elected President Donald Trump will do a "poor job" of protecting the environment. The poll also found that a record 71 pct of Americans agree that most scientists believe global warming is occurring.
Global Warming Concern at Three-Decade High in US -- Poll Attached HERE. (Source: Gallup, 14 Mar., 2017) Contact: Gallup Poll, www.gallup.com
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Carbon dioxide emissions fell in the United States and China, the world's two largest energy users and emitters, and were stable in Europe.
This helped to offset increases in CO2 emissions in the rest of the world, the IEA said.
U.S. emissions fell by 3 percent to their lowest level since 1992 helped by higher use of shale gas and renewable energy displacing coal.
For the first time, the United States produced more electricity from natural gas than from coal last year.
Emissions in China fell by 1 percent as coal demand declined despite its economy growing by 6.7 percent.
China used more renewables, nuclear and gas in power generation and spurred a switch to gas from coal in the industrial and building sectors.
Still, the IEA said keeping emissions flat was not enough to prevent global temperatures from increasing by more than two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, the IEA said.
(Source: IEA, Mar., 2017) Contact: IEA, Fatih Birol, Exec. Dir., +33 1 40 57 65 00, www.iea.org
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The CoalSwitch product is made from waste wood biomass including pulp and saw mill by-products such as bark, sawdust and thinnings, and wood which is over-age, under-quality, blow-down, beetle-kill, forest-fire damaged, or industrial waste.
CoalSwitch will be rolled out where AEG can source high volume feedstock. (Source: Active Energy Group PLC, 15 Mar., 2017) Contact: Active Energy Group PLC, Richard Spinks, CEO, +44 (0)20 3021 1500, www.active-energy.com
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Blattner Energy will be the EPC contractor for four 74.5 MW solar power plants targeted for Dec. 31 completion -- FPL Coral Farms Solar Energy Center in Putnam County; FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center in Alachua and Putnam counties; FPL Indian River Solar Energy Center in Indian River County; and FPL Wildflower Solar Energy Center in DeSoto County.
Black & Veatch will be the EPC contractor for four 74.5 MW solar power plants targeted for March 1, 2018, completion -- FPL Barefoot Bay Solar Energy Center in Brevard County; FPL Blue Cypress Solar Energy Center in Indian River County; FPL Hammock Solar Energy Center in Hendry County; and FPL Loggerhead Solar Energy Center in St. Lucie County.
Construction is slated to get underway this spring. The new plants combined will generate sufficient electric power for 120,000 homes and avoid over 525,000 tpy of carbon emissions.
FPL currently operates more than 335 MW of solar generating capacity and has installed small-scale solar arrays for more than 100 Florida schools and similar facilities. (Source: FPL, NASDAQ, 16 Mar., 2017) Contact: Black&Veatch, www.bv.com; Blattner Energy, www.blattnerenergy.com; FPL, Eric Silagy, Pres., CEO, www.fpl.com
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Honeywell will install 3,400 rooftop solar PV modules designed to generate approximately 1,275 kilowatts of power in four buildings at the military base. The company will also update existing lighting fixtures, install rooftop air conditioning units, integrate smart irrigation controls at Fort MacArthur and add solar reflective window film at seven buildings within the Los Angeles AF Base.
The project aims to cut energy consumption at Los Angeles AF Base by 17 pct a year for $800,000 per year in energy saving over the term of the contract.
business. (Source: Honeywell, Executive Business, 16 Mar., 2017) Contact: Honeywell, John Rajchert, Pres. Building Solutions, (800) 345-6770, www.buildingsolutions.honeywell.com, www.honeywell.com
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The project included the whole Balance of Plant (BOP)-- civil works, medium voltage grid, step-up substation, high voltage grid and interconnection substation.
GES' civil works included the turbie s and foundations, access roads and three bridges. The electrical works included 100 km cable for the medium voltage grid and 20 km high voltage line.
(Source: Global Energy Services, PEI, 17 Mar., 2017)
Contact: Global Energy Services, +34 944 712 131,
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Buildings account for 40 pct of energy consumption and 36 pct of CO2 emissions in the EU. Older buildings can be up to 20 times as inefficient in their energy consumption for heating as new ones. Approximately one-third of Europe's building stock is more than 50 years old, but by improving energy performance and reducing energy demand, CO2 emissions could be reduced by around 5 pct.
EC legislation driving energy efficiency in buildings includes the 2010 Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the 2012 Energy Efficiency Directive. Countries, too, have national measures to reduce the energy consumption of buildings. These include schemes to provide financial support for insulation measures, air sealing, and improved ventilation systems. (Source: EC, New Europe Online, 16 Mar., 2017)
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also plans to start construction on several other projects this year, including a 50MW facility in Batangas and in Cavite, which will supply power distribution giant Manila Electric Co. (Meralco).
(Source: Solar Philippines, 18 Mar., 2017) Contact: Solar Philippines, Leandro Leviste, Pres.,
+632 817 2585, email@example.com,
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China currently produces 7 million tpy of ethanol each year using other methods, which can "hardly satisfy" its industrial and energy needs, according to Liu.
(Source: Chinese Academy of SciencesGeoNews, AAPP, March 18, 2017)
Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum, english.sxycpc.com, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, english.dicp.cas.cn; Chinese Academy of Sciences, www.cas.ac.cn
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The plant would be built by Enerkem Inc. and SKB Environmental Inc., a St. Paul-based waste and recycling company. Subject to regulatory approvals, the plant could be operating by 2020, and would produce about 20 million gpy of fuel.
Enerkem presently operates a small demonstration facility in Quebec, and a commercial plant in the city of Edmonton, Alberta. The Minnesota plant would be the first in the U.S. and would be twice of the size of the Edmonton facility.
(Source: Enerkem, TwinCities Pioneer Press, 19 Mar., 2017)
Contact: Enerkem, Tim Cesarek, Sr. VP Bus. Dev., Vincent Chornet, Pres., CEO, Annie Pare, Communications, (514) 875-0284, x. 251, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.enerkem.com; SKB Environmental, (651) 224-6329, www.skbinc.com
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The lobby group's position is in response to the Canadian federal government's September proclamation that all provinces must have a carbon pricing system in place by the end of 2018 or it will impose such a system.
According to Keystone Agricultural Producers President Dan Mazier, while some jurisdiction are implementing a tax, other jurisdictions, most notably the United States, are not. Farmers in those jurisdictions where a carbon tax is implemented, especially those that rely on export markets, will be at a distinct disadvantage to those in jurisdictions that don't impost a tax, according to Mazier. Accordingly,
the prospects of a carbon tax have significant implications for agriculture, Mazier added.
(Source: The PoultrySite News Desk , Keystone Agricultural Producers, 17 Mar., 2017)
Contact: Keystone Agricultural Producers, Dan Mazier, Pres., (204) 697-1140, www.kap.mb.ca
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The Korean ETS was launched in January, 2015, when 600 local companies are given 543 million tons of Korean allowance units (KAUs) with which to purchase extra emissions rights when they surpass their own quota.
The over-the-counter emissions reductions are dubbed Korean offset credits (KOC), which are eligible to be traded on the ETS market.
During the 2015-2016 period, the panel approved a combined 15.6 million tons of KOC.
South Korea aims to curb greenhouse gas emissions by 37 pct from 2030 business-as-usual levels. (Source: South Korea Finance Ministry, Yonhap, 16 Mar., 2017) Contact: South Korea Finance Ministry, english.mosf.go.kr
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Construction and installation of 33,000 plus LED lights has been completed to date. ADI Energy will guarantee the energy savings over the 13-year term.
The DOE ENABLE program helps federal facilities to capitalize on energy and water savings earlier than a traditional ESPC by enabling contract award and construction to begin in approximately six months or less.
(Source: ADI Energy; Philips Lighting, 13 Mar., 2017) Contact: ADI Energy, Jon Rizzo, CEO, (401) 349-4420, www.adienergy.com; Philips Lighting, Matt Marcus, (551) 227-6790, email@example.com, www.philips.com; DOE ENABLE Program, https://www.energy.gov/eere/femp/downloads/energy-savings-performance-contract-espc-enable-program
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The New River facility is part of Cox Enterprises' Seven Islands Environmental Solutions new technologies program. The company seeks to send zero waste to landfill by 2024 and become carbon-neutral by 2044. Since 2007, the company has invested more than $100 million in sustainability and conservation initiatives offset 82,000 tons of CO2, diverted 97,000 tons of waste from landfill and conserved 57 million gallons of water.
(Source: Cox Ent., PR, 15 Mar., 2017) Contact: Cox Enterprises, Keth Mask, VP Environmental Sustainability, www.coxenterprises.com
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The Benchmarking Project aims to support the Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA) initiative under the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) an initiative led by the UN Secretary-General, and funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
The Benchmarking Project will measure the energy performance of 100 buildings in Dubai in the three focus groups of hotels, malls and schools. DSCE will support to the Benchmarking Project and mark the first BEA demonstration project in Dubai, which will serve as a referral point to advance energy efficiency of buildings in the city, and double the rate of efficiency by 2030. (Source: Emirates Green Building Council, CPI Financial, 14 Mar., 2017)Contact: Emirates Green Building Council, +971 4 346 8244, www.emiratesgbc.org
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According to the study, about 3 pct of gas can leak during the lifecycle of the fuel before it loses its climate advantage. The research showed that plants generally stay under that threshold.
Late in the Obama administration, the EPA and Interior Department created regulations to reduce methane leaks in oil and natural gas drilling, but did not include other industries. (Source: EPA, Purdue University, Mar., 2017) Contact: Purdue University , Prof. Paul Shepson,
(765) 494-7441, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.purdue.edu
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Under the contract, ICF will provide continuing and expanded energy efficiency services to the Energy Trust and customers of the five investor-owned utilities it serves, to support its growing commercial retrofit program. (Source: ICF, PR, 14 Mar., 2017) Contact: ICF, Mike Mernick, Snr. VP, Erica Eriksdotter, (703) 934-3668, erica.eriksdotter@ICF.com, www.icf.com; Energy Trust of Oregon, (503) 493-8888, www.energytrust.org
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Nordex will supply and install the "cold climate" turbines in Septemeber.
A premium 12-year service and maintenance contract for the entire wind farm is included in the deal.
(Source: Nordex, NA Windpower, Others, 14 Mar., 2017) Contact: Nordex SE, Felix Losada, +49 381 6663 3300, email@example.com, www.nordex-online.com; ABO Wind, +49 (0)611 267 65-0,
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Upon completion, the floating offshore wind project will incorporate eight,
6-MW turbines with an electric power generation capacity sufficient for as many as 56,000 homes.
(Source: Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd, UNEP, Climate Action, 14 Mar., 2017)Contact: Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd., http://www.offshorewind.biz/tag/kincardine
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