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Siemens to supply turbines for EnBW's offshore wind farm in German North Sea Siemens has received an order to supply 71 turbines for the 497MW Hohe See offshore wind farm to be located off the coast of German North Sea. Green Power > Wind > News
Senvion gets EPC contracts from Nexif Energy for two Australian wind farms By CTBR Staff Writer
Senvion has won the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts as well as maintenance agreements from Nexif Energy for two wind farms in Australia.
Green Power > Wind > News New report says demand reduction can meet Michigan’s electricity needs A report issued by Advanced Energy Economy Institute finds that a combination of demand reduction strategies could entirely offset a projected 2,000 megawatt (MW) increase in summer peak demand in the Lower Peninsula from 2017 to 2026, avoid or defer the need to construct additional power plants, and save up to $1.2 billion for electricity customers.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News UN body to certify carbon emissions avoided by Scatec Solar projects in Africa The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will certify and credit carbon emissions avoided by three of Scatec Solar's PV power projects located in Africa.
Green Power > Solar > News
Siemens to supply turbines for EnBW's offshore wind farm in German North Sea Siemens has received an order to supply 71 turbines for the 497MW Hohe See offshore wind farm to be located off the coast of German North Sea.
Green Power > Wind > News SunPower to supply 64MW of solar modules for seven power plants in France SunPower is supplying 64.4MW of E-Series solar panels for seven solar power plants in France that are being developed by La Compagnie du Vent, a subsidiary of Engie.
Green Power > Solar > News GCL System Integration signs master distribution deal with Mexico's DMSolar GCL System Integration Technology has signed a master distribution agreement with Mexican solar distribution company DMSolar.
Green Power > Solar > News

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Enviro-Care

Veolia to operate three wastewater plants in Jackson, Mississippi
By CTBR Staff Writer
Veolia has secured a contract to operate and maintain the city of Jackson, Mississippi's wastewater treatment facilitates and lift stations.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News
European Commission takes Ireland to court over wastewater failures
By CTBR Staff Writer
Ireland is being taken to the European Court of Justice for failing to upgrade wastewater treatment infrastructure.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News

Green Power

Senvion gets EPC contracts from Nexif Energy for two Australian wind farms
By CTBR Staff Writer
Senvion has won the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts as well as maintenance agreements from Nexif Energy for two wind farms in Australia.
Green Power > Wind > News
UN body to certify carbon emissions avoided by Scatec Solar projects in Africa
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will certify and credit carbon emissions avoided by three of Scatec Solar's PV power projects located in Africa.
Green Power > Solar > News

Biofuels

Tereos to acquire Petrobras stake in Brazilian ethanol maker Guarani
French sugar producer Tereos has entered into an agreement to acquire 45.97% stake in Brazilian sugar and ethanol-maker Guarani, held by Petrobras, through its subsidiary Petrobras Biocombustivel, for $202m.
Biofuels > News
US scientists convert carbon dioxide into ethanol
Scientists at the US Department of Energy Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have converted carbon dioxide into ethanol, by using a process of nanofabrication and catalysis.
Biofuels > News

Energy Management

New report says demand reduction can meet Michigan’s electricity needs
A report issued by Advanced Energy Economy Institute finds that a combination of demand reduction strategies could entirely offset a projected 2,000 megawatt (MW) increase in summer peak demand in the Lower Peninsula from 2017 to 2026, avoid or defer the need to construct additional power plants, and save up to $1.2 billion for electricity customers.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News
JLM Energy partners with Soligent
Energy technology company JLM Energy has entered into an agreement with Soligent Distribution, a pure-play solar distributor in the Americas.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News

Green Tech

ITM Power takes delivery of Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicle
22 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Energy storage and clean fuel firm ITM Power has taken delivery of one of the first Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicles to arrive in the UK.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
FuelCell wins contract to identify potential integration of DFC power plants
08 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
FuelCell Energy has won a contract from a global energy firm to identify the potential integration of Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plants with combustion-based natural gas fueled processes.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Ideal Power wins purchase orders for 30kW battery converter products
23 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Ideal Power has secured several new purchase orders for more than 3.5MW of its 30kW battery converter products.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News