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GE to boost power output of two aging Japanese wind farms GE Renewable Energy has secured contracts to boost the annual energy production (AEP) of two ageing wind farms in central Japan with a combined capacity of 52MW. Green Power > Wind > News
Vattenfall starts offshore wind scientific research program By CTBR Staff Writer
Swedish energy firm Vattenfall has launched a scientific research program to study the environmental impacts of offshore wind.
Green Power > Wind > News GE to boost power output of two aging Japanese wind farms By CTBR Staff Writer
GE Renewable Energy has secured contracts to boost the annual energy production (AEP) of two ageing wind farms in central Japan with a combined capacity of 52MW.
Green Power > Wind > News Northwestern University research team develops new material to store electrical energy By CTBR Staff Writer
A powerful new material developed by Northwestern University chemist William Dichtel and his research team could one day speed up the charging process of electric cars and help increase their driving range.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
UCR researchers develop economic model on how blending wastewater from several treatment processes could produce irrigation water By CTBR Staff Writer
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have developed an economic model that demonstrates how flexible wastewater treatment processes which blend varying levels of treated effluent can be optimized to produce a water supply that is affordable, and meets and surpasses a variety of water quality requirements.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News CH2M-Parsons JV to support DC Water's underground infrastructure repair project By CTBR Staff Writer
A joint venture (JV) team of CH2M and Parsons will work to assist the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) in the repair of underground infrastructure in Washington, D.C. and neighboring areas under a $1.3bn program.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News Van Oord installs final turbine at Gemini offshore wind park in Dutch waters By CTBR Staff Writer
Van Oord has completed the installation of the last turbine at the 600MW Gemini offshore wind park situated in the Dutch North Sea.
Green Power > Wind > News

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Enviro-Care

UCR researchers develop economic model on how blending wastewater from several treatment processes could produce irrigation water
By CTBR Staff Writer
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have developed an economic model that demonstrates how flexible wastewater treatment processes which blend varying levels of treated effluent can be optimized to produce a water supply that is affordable, and meets and surpasses a variety of water quality requirements.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News
CH2M-Parsons JV to support DC Water's underground infrastructure repair project
By CTBR Staff Writer
A joint venture (JV) team of CH2M and Parsons will work to assist the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) in the repair of underground infrastructure in Washington, D.C. and neighboring areas under a $1.3bn program.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News

Green Power

Vattenfall starts offshore wind scientific research program
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swedish energy firm Vattenfall has launched a scientific research program to study the environmental impacts of offshore wind.
Green Power > Wind > News
GE to boost power output of two aging Japanese wind farms
By CTBR Staff Writer
GE Renewable Energy has secured contracts to boost the annual energy production (AEP) of two ageing wind farms in central Japan with a combined capacity of 52MW.
Green Power > Wind > News

Biofuels

Siouxland Energy selects Edeniq Cellunator and Pathway Technology
By CTBR Staff Writer
Edeniq announced that Siouxland Energy Cooperative has licensed the Company’s Cellunator and Pathway technologies for its 60 million gallon per year ethanol plant located in Sioux Center, Iowa.
Biofuels > News
Scientists say biodiesel is key for global carbon reduction
By CTBR Staff Writer
Scientific experts agree that America's Advanced Biofuel, biodiesel, holds significant promise in the effort to reduce carbon emissions.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News

Energy Management

Northwestern University research team develops new material to store electrical energy
By CTBR Staff Writer
A powerful new material developed by Northwestern University chemist William Dichtel and his research team could one day speed up the charging process of electric cars and help increase their driving range.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Penn State materials scientists develop ideal energy storage material for electric vehicles
By CTBR Staff Writer
A team of Penn State materials scientists has achieved the energy-storage goal of a polymer dielectric material with high energy density, high power density and excellent charge-discharge efficiency for electric and hybrid vehicle use
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