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  1. Trigen for Coca-Cola in Italy

    A newly installed trigeneration system is expected to save Coca-Cola’s Italian production facility 40% on energy costs. The 1280 kWe/715 kWth combined heating, cooling and power (CCHP) system was installed at Coca-Cola HBC Italia’s Marcianise facility in Campania in southern Italy by UK-based ENER-G. It now supplies hot water, steam and chilled water for use in the production and bottling process as well as cooling and electricity, with the water and steam distributed to the production area and bottling lines through a custom-built pipe network. The system covers 60% of the site's power demand, 80% of its cooling and almost all of its steam requirements, ENER-G said. A gas engine from MTU forms the basis of the containerized system, with connections to a 500 kW absorption chiller and a recovery boiler. The plant is expected to produce around 7500 MWh per year and to operate for 6500 hours. Christian Stella, Managing Director of ENER-G Italia, said: ‘Beverage producers require large amounts of energy for applications such as process cooling, sterilization of bottles and cleaning installations. Proper management of energy use through the installation of a cogeneration plant is one of the most forward-looking investments in this field, with numerous benefits in terms of increased plant efficiency, lower energy costs, reduced CO2 emissions and fast turnaround times.’  

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    Wed, 14 Sep 2016

  2. ONS 2016: Mirmorax unveils desktop oil-in-water analyzer

    Mirmorax AS has introduced its desktop oil-in-water analyzer, the DT250.

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    Wed, 31 Aug 2016

  3. Capstone and Multichill reveal absorption chiller plans

    Capstone Turbine Corporation has announced a strategic partnership with MultiChill Technologies, Inc for the delivery of air-cooled absorption chillers and water making systems to end users in conjunction with its C30 and C65 microturbines.

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    Mon, 4 Jan 2016

  4. ONS 2016: Cubility introduces drilling waste transport

    Cubility AS has unveiled CubeLink, a technology designed to improve the transportation of drilling waste.

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    Wed, 31 Aug 2016

  1. Universal absorption mats reintroduced

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    Sat, 1 Aug 2009

  2. Huaneng Power International's absorption of Shandong Huaneng becomes effective

    Huaneng Power International, Inc. announced that it has obtained all the necessary approvals from relevant Chinese authorities required for its merger by absorption of Shandong Huaneng Power Development Co., Ltd.

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    Thu, 28 Dec 2000

  3. Safety equipment: Heavy duty telescopic hot stick

    Safety products: Utility Solutions Inc. introduces a new heavy duty telescopic hot stick that is reported to be stronger than the competition.

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    Thu, 14 Apr 2016

  4. Efficient oil absorption via recycled cellulose base

    SorbaSolv oil absorbent is patented and recycled cellulose based to deliver efficient high absorbency combined with permanent water repellency plus oil retention.

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    Tue, 31 Dec 2013

  5. Test products: Time domain reflectometer fault detection and intermittent fault detection

    Test equipment: T3 Innovation discusses methods to detect faults and open circuits in metallic cables such as twisted pair, coax and power cables.

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    Wed, 6 Jan 2016

  6. ABUTEC aids in transformation of manure into renewable energy

    ABUTEC’s combustion technology is once again paving the way for waste-to-energy projects through its partnership with Roeslein Alternative Energy.

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    Tue, 29 Dec 2015

  7. Munich airport boosts on-site power

    A new satellite terminal at Munich Airport in Germany is supplying some 60% of its electrical energy needs from a newly upgraded on-site combined heating, cooling and power installation.

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    Tue, 22 Dec 2015

  8. MHI, Hitachi push back thermal power business closure date

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Hitachi said they are moving up the absorption date for their thermal power business company from January 1, 2014 to February 1, 2014.

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    Wed, 18 Dec 2013

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