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Waste To Energy (WTE) Market Is Poised To Reach $ 37.64 Billion By 2020 …
Increasing industrial waste in China and India on account of growing industrialization rates coupled with government initiatives to promote sustainable energy generation is expected to drive the regional market. Low cost technology development in China ... [...]
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Renewable energy targets may have increased emissions
A controversial study, kept secret by the European Union's executive agency during discussions on the future of EU renewable energy policy, has concluded that the bloc's policy on renewable transport fuel has probably caused increased carbon emissions ... [...]
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Don't Blame Renewable Energy For Dying US Coal Industry
Environmentalists have been quick to highlight the role of renewables in the coal industry's woes, often emphasizing that most new electrical generating capacity lately has been renewables. In fact, in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) ... [...]
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Lockheed Martin, Concord Blue Waste-to-Energy Plant Moves Forward
The bioenergy facility will transform forestry waste to power using Concord Blue's Reformer technology, which converts waste to energy through a process called advanced gasification. The company says its technology can convert nearly any kind of ... [...]
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Harford waste-to-energy facility workers face uncertain futures after plant …
When operations end at Harford County's waste-to-energy steam plant in Joppa Thursday, 47 people, some who have worked there for nearly 30 years, will lose their jobs. Those 47 people work for Energy Recovery Operations Inc., the subcontractor that ... [...]
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Concord Blue awards Lockheed Martin $43M for gasification plant
Concord Blue has awarded Lockheed Martin Energy $43 million to design and build a 5-megawatt gasification plant that will convert forestry waste to energy in order to power homes and businesses in Herten, Germany. The plant will leverage Concord Blue's ... [...]
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Renewable Energy Growth Blows EIA Forecasts Out of the Water, Again
In the latest Electric Power Monthly report, which covers all twelve months of 2015, the EIA revealed that renewable energy sources accounted for nearly 13.5-percent of the nation's utility-scale electrical output. This is up by more than 2-percent ... [...]
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Renewable energy's global growing pains
The story of the US' energy economy has become simple: natural gas has gotten incredibly cheap, wind is catching up, and solar will be competitive before the decade is out. All of this is driving a boom in renewable energy and pushing coal out of its ... [...]
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