Energy efficiency News for April 2010
Australian-based Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd has received a conditional order for 30 BlueGen micro combined heat and power (mCHP) solid oxide fuel cell systems from the Victoria state government’s Office of Housing.
30 April, 2010
‘Roadmap 2050: a practical guide to a prosperous, low-carbon Europe’ outlining various scenarios for renewable energy in Europe, has been published by the European Climate Foundation (ECF).
20 April, 2010
Countries in East Asia can minimise greenhouse gas emissions without threatening their growth by using renewable energy, according to a new report from the World Bank, but governments must act now.
20 April, 2010
ABB and Deutsche Telekom ICT subsidiary T-Systems will develop solutions for smart grids.
19 April, 2010
GE will deploy smart grids to manage energy and water consumption in Erding, Germany.
12 April, 2010
Australia must invest billions in renewable energy over the next decade to achieve its 2020 target of lower GHG emissions, according to Siemens.
08 April, 2010
The European Re-Building Forum to facilitate energy efficient retrofitting of Europe’s existing building stock was launched during the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in March.
06 April, 2010
Australian-based Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd has sold its first BlueGen micro combined heat and power (mCHP) unit in the UK. Ideal Boilers will test and demonstrate the BlueGen gas-to-electricity solid oxide fuel cell unit at its product development and manufacturing facility in Hull.
01 April, 2010