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The U.K.’s First Water-sourced Heat Pump for District Heating

The River Clyde will be used as the source of heat. Image: Thinkstock.

By George Harvey

One of Scotland’s greatest cities, Glasgow, sits on the banks of the River Clyde. Its situation on that river is a resource that Star Renewable Energy (SRE) is taking advantage of to provide district heating.

SRE is an […]

February 21 Green Energy News


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VT Village Green Solicitation for Biomass District Heating

The Vermont Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF) released today a solicitation for proposals under the VT Village Green Program for district heating projects. Up to $100,000 in funding is available for renewable energy heating and CHP projects consisting of more than one building. Applications are due November 5, 2012. Applications must include the information requested […]