Wärtsilä and Uniper to build 105MW combined heat and power plant in Germany

The facility, which will replace an existing coal-fired power plant will supply heat to Bremen’s district heating network and feed electricity into the grid

UKPN trials ‘world’s first and fastest’ tech to detect faults on power networks

The network operator estimates the technology could save energy customers around £400m and help reduce carbon emissions in London

Infrastructure fund buys 70% stake in anaerobic digestion plant

The facility has a thermal capacity of around 10MW and a waste processing capacity of up to 100,000 tonnes per annum

New project to test renewable fuels with 3D printed burners in Sweden

Siemens and Göteborg Energi will initially install a gas turbine at the Rya CHP facility for the validation of 3D printed burners

Clarke Energy buys Boston-based CHP provider

The acquisition of Co-Energy America expands Clarke Energy’s geographical coverage and product range into smaller CHP plants between 35kW and 300kW

Coventry Hospitals hope to heal energy spend by £1.6m a year

Modern energy generation equipment is being installed at University Hospital and the Hospital of St Gross as part of a scheme worth £6m

Ireland grants €25m for energy efficiency projects

Energy upgrades will be delivered to nearly 700 homes and 570 community and commercial buildings in every county in Ireland

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Green measures to heal NHS Trust’s energy costs by £800k a year

The Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust also expects to reduce carbon emissions by more than 2,200 tonnes a year

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