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  1. Denmark optimistic about green challenge in Trump era

    The Danish government believes its ‘newly acquired green export foothold’ in the US is not necessarily threatened by the election of Donald Trump, despite campaign pronouncements on green energy. The Copenhagen Post reports that the US have focused on Danish green tech solutions in recent years and believes its expertise in district heating and wind energy will continue to be sought after. “There is little doubt that Danish green companies will face new challenges in the US,” Jakob Andersen, the consul general in Chicago , told the newspaper. “But when that is all said and done, we still expect a stable demand for Danish solutions within green energy. That many Danish companies have done well within sustainable energy until now is primarily down to the green ambitions of individual states, and not due to the ambitious climate policy at a federal level.” According to Jakob Bjerregaard, the head of the Decentralized Energy Advisory (DEA), which is under the umbrella of the Danish Trade Council in Washington, district heating will remain strong. “Basically, all of our projects and activities associated with district heating are not influenced by policy at a federal level,” said Bjerregaard. “So we won’t see already-established district heating projects impacted, and the same goes for projects involving bio-fuel, as there is also not much federal involvement there.”

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    Tue, 15 Nov 2016

  2. Morrison, Hawsey named to global energy roles at PwC

    Reid Morrison has been appointed PwC LLP’s global energy advisory leader and Kenny Hawsey will lead the firm’s global energy tax practice.

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  3. PwC appoints two partners to global energy leadership roles

    Reid Morrison has been named as PwC’s Global Energy Advisory Leader and Kenny Hawsey will lead the Global Energy Tax practice.

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    Wed, 21 Sep 2016

  4. Skanska receives order for $46.7m CHP plant

    Swedish construction firm Skanska has received a $46.7m order from Lunds Energikoncernen for the construction of a bio fuel combined heat and power plant in Lund, Sweden.

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    Mon, 5 Mar 2012

  1. Bio power-plants bring green energy

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    Fri, 10 Oct 2003

  2. Changing World Technologies calls for expanded biomass energy tax credit

    A US operator of a commercial-scale waste-to-oil plant has called on the government to improve the terms of the biomass energy tax credit, which in its present form is stifling further expansion.

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    Fri, 8 Apr 2005

  3. Reducing Financial Riskfor New Technologies

    A myriad of technologies exist that could, their eager backers insist, deliver low-cost, sustainable, environmentally neutral and universally applicable solutions to even the most vexing energy questions.

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    Sat, 1 Mar 2008

  4. NRG Energy Asks NRC for COLA to Build 2,700 MW in Nuclear Capacity

    NRG Energy Inc. and South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company filed a Combined Construction and Operating License Application (COLA) with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in September to build and operate two new nuclear units at the South Texas Project (STP) nuclear power station site.

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    Mon, 1 Oct 2007

  5. Coal plant owner call for more consideration as Ireland pledges to go 100 per cent renewable

    The Irish minister for energy has announced that Ireland will phase out fossil fuels from its energy mix by the end of the century, but the owners of the country’s largest power plant believes more careful consideration is needed.

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    Thu, 17 Dec 2015

  6. The European Union promotes cogeneration

    In the Opinion of COGEN Europe, an Association That Promotes Cogeneration, the Development of combined heat and power (CHP)/cogeneration in Europe is at a critical stage. Privatization and deregulation of the electric power industry, plus environmental concerns, are not only challenging the ...

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    Mon, 1 May 2000

  7. Integrated Renewable Energy for Communities

    Thanks to cost-effective rooftop solar electricity, new neighborhoods in California are generating their own electricity from the start. Likewise, local grids serving settled communities are being strengthened by deployment of local sources, smarter end use, and electricity storage. Regulators are ...

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    Tue, 1 Sep 2015

  8. Wind Derivatives: Has Their Time Come?

    The wind derivatives market will provide the right hedging tool to generators and other participants in the value chain, and will eventually replace the current “kitchen sink” approach to hedge variability due to wind generators.

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    Mon, 16 Nov 2015

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