New Location will serve the growing number of clients
Total of $15,000 in educational awards to be given to six students in the global geothermal energy community
Hurst Boiler recently announced the commissioning of its third poultry litter-fueled boiler, the 1600 HP - the first to be installed in the US.
In collaboration with several partners, including the special contribution of Versalis under a strategic partnership started in early 2014, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Inc. - a high-growth company that creates novel specialty chemicals from natural oils - has successfully completed scale-up of a second-generation biorefinery technology of the company's olefin metathesis technology, utilizing ethylene and natural oil feedstocks.
Natural Power is the first and only organisation in Scotland to have secured a place on the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Certification Register of Heat Network Consultants as its Senior Renewable Heat Engineer, Steve Smith, has been officially accepted onto the Register.
40th Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Oct. 23-26 in Sacramento, California, USA. Theme is "Geothermal Energy, Here and Now: Sustainable, Clean, Flexible."
Bosch Geothermal on Display as Part of Energy-Efficient 'Complete Solutions' Package at Bozzuto Homes' Sage at Maple Lawn
This marks the first geothermal package offered as a standard feature by a Mid-Atlantic Production Builder. Bosch Tankless Water Heaters offer efficient, on-demand domestic hot water. Plus, geothermal technology and other features make these homes more than three times more efficient than required for ENERGY STAR certification.
Overcoming the First Cost Barrier to Ground Source Heat Pump Technology: The Utility Ground Loop Service Provider Concept
Several utility CEO's and PSC/PUC regulators have all acknowledged the importance of GHP technology in the overall landscape of the energy industry.
Peter Dockrill for ScienceAlert: Urban environments are often hotter than rural areas due to the way city structures trap and generate excess heat. This phenomenon, called urban heat islands, was first observed in the 1800s, but a new way of gauging it could help us make the most of this untapped source of geothermal energy. Scientists in Germany and Switzerland have developed a means of estimating groundwater temperature hidden under the surface of our cities, based on surface temperatures and the density of buildings as measured by satellites. A range of factors, including population density, vegetation levels, surface sealing, industrial structures, and transport all contribute to why cities are often hotter than the country. But while scientists have long used satellites to measure heat on the surface, the relationship between ground temperatures and underground temperatures has not been fully explored. Cont'd...
Selected by the Program Committee, the Technical Sessions Contain the Most Comprehensive Biomass Presentations Gathered From Around the World
SolarUS to Highlight Thermal Systems Using a Petroleum-free Heat Transfer Fluid Developed with DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products at AHR Expo
Bio-based, sustainable heat transfer fluids demonstrate advanced performance in thermal systems
Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.
Commercial Operation is Expected by Year-End 2017; Project Expects to Generate Average Annual Revenue of Approximately $33 Million
By Pete Danko for KQED News: In just a few short years, solar power has gotten big in California, and now it’s at the top of the renewable energy heap. Data compiled from daily reports by the state’s major grid manager indicate that in 2015, solar became the No. 1 source of renewable energy in California. Not only did solar beat wind power for the first time, but it also topped drought-depleted hydropower, the long-standing leader in California electricity generation outside fossil fuels and nuclear. The California Independent System Operator doesn’t cover the entire state, but it does manage about 80 percent of the California grid, including those portions served by PG&E, Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric, the state’s three big investor-owned utilities. Every day, CAISO reports on the hourly electrical output from a long list of sources for the electricity used by 30 million Californians, ranging from biogas at the low end of generation to thermal — natural gas, essentially — at the high end. Cont'd...
Roeslein Alternative Energy is paving the way for environmental sustainability with a new waste-to-energy endeavor. ABUTEC was selected as the flare supplier for this project.
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