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The Leading Edge

The Leading Edge

Scientists at Georgia Tech Research Corp. are using an ocean circulation numerical model to predict tidal currents in the U.S. and to compute power densities.
Japanese Proposed Tariffs Submitted

Japanese Proposed Tariffs Submitted

In what may be the most significant renewable energy policy development worldwide in years, Japanese authorities are circulating proposed feed-in tariffs that-if confirmed by the Minister of Trade later this month-could lead to a crash renewables program.
Foster Wheeler & NSE Sign Gasifier Deal

Foster Wheeler & NSE Sign Gasifier Deal

Foster Wheeler Ltd's Finnish subsidiary has been awarded a contract by NSE Biofuels Oy Ltd. for a circulating fluidized-bed (CFB) biomass gasifier to be located in Varkaus, Finland. The plant will utilize Foster Wheeler's fuel-flexible circulating fluidized-bed gasification technology to convert a wide spectrum of biomass into a clean syngas to be used in a gas to liquids (Fischer-Tropsch) process to produce feedstock for renewable diesel from biomass/wood residue-based gas.
Pull Money from the Ground with Geothermal Heat Pumps

Pull Money from the Ground with Geothermal Heat Pumps

[PlantServices.com] Heat pump technology has been used in residential and commercial buildings for decades. Typical water-source heat pump systems circulate water through cooling towers or boilers to provide a constant-temperature heat source or heat sink for their operation. Geothermal (or ground-source) heat pumps forego the cooling tower/boiler combination and instead use water circulated to and from the earth to provide […]
New Biomass To Be Built in Belgium

New Biomass To Be Built in Belgium

Foster Wheeler Ltd. has announced that its Finnish subsidiary has been awarded a contract by Prokon Nord Energiesysteme GmbH for a 26-megawatt (MW) circulating fluidized-bed (CFB) steam generator to be located in Oostrozebeke, Belgium.
Mine Could Be Powered by Nearby Geothermal Energy Source

Mine Could Be Powered by Nearby Geothermal Energy Source

Future electricity supplies for a South Australian uranium mine whose power requirements are expected to increase from the 3 to 4 megawatts (MW) per year may come from a geothermal or "hot rocks" project being developed just 11 kilometers from the Beverley uranium mine.
SolarWorld Circulates Petition for European Trade Complaint

SolarWorld Circulates Petition for European Trade Complaint

SolarWorld AG is busy trying to get signatures from companies that make up at least 50 percent of manufacturing capacity in the European solar industry before bringing a formal complaint against Chinese producers to the European Union Commission, company spokesman Milan Nitzschke said Wednesday.
SolarWorld circulates European trade complaint petition

SolarWorld circulates European trade complaint petition

SolarWorld AG is busy trying to get signatures from companies that make up at least 50 percent of manufacturing capacity in the European solar industry before bringing a formal complaint against Chinese producers to the European Union Commission, said company spokesman Milan Nitzschke.
Australian Well Found to be a Hot Rock Prospect

Australian Well Found to be a Hot Rock Prospect

Australia's emerging geothermal energy sector has been boosted with confirmation from new tests that Petratherm's South Australian exploration well has officially recorded one of the country's highest "hot rocks" temperatures at levels much closer to surface than previous wells.
Reliable Odor Control from Renewable Solar Power

Reliable Odor Control from Renewable Solar Power

Wastewater management facilities face the daily challenge of preventing odors from escaping their industrial and municipal storage ponds. Any lapse in maintaining an effective odor cap has dire consequences. Before the solar-powered circulators came along, previous aeration technology caused turbulence from brush aerators that released aerosols and bacteria-laden mist into neighborhoods, risking serious health hazards, public outrage, and even shutdowns.