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Canadian battery maker gets 16.7-million-dollar government investment

="60" style="float: left; margin-left: 3px; margin-right: 3px; border: #b4b4b4 1px solid;" />The government of Ontario, Canada, has invested 16.7 million Canadian dollars to a home-grown maker of electric car batteries, the latter reported.

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Town turns to geothermal as solution to expensive heating

Penn Township plans to save 30-70% on heating costs and 20-50% on cooling costs as it invests in geothermal energy.

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Waste from LCDs can be recycled for medical use

Waste material from discarded televisions could be recycled for medical purposes, a new research from the UK showed.

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Magma Energy acquires minority stake in Iceland’s HS Orka

Canadian geothermal energy company Magma Energy Corp. has signed an agreement to purchase a minority interest in HS Orka, a geothermal energy producer in Iceland, from Geysir Green Energy. Investment advisory firm Glacier Partners acted as an adviser for the transaction.

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Ysgol Bro Gwaun’s green goal

Ysgol Bro Gwaun, a school of religion in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, will become an environment-friendly facility soon, thanks to the Co-operative.

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Nissan: battery manufacturing plants in the UK and Portugal

The Renault-Nissan Alliance has taken the first step for its zero-emission mobility program in Europe by investing in two battery manufacturing plants in the United Kingdom and Portugal.

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Nevada Geothermal Power plant to be fully utilized

Nevada Geothermal Power Inc. announced that a few modifications at the Blue Mountain Faulkner 1 can maximize the geothermal power plant. Apart from this, sustainable approach to control the Faulkner 1 geothermal power plant at around 70% capacity is also recommended.

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Zinc-air battery developer gets BASF partnership

A Swiss zinc-air battery technology company has entered into a joint-development agreement with a subsidiary of the world’s largest chemical company for speeding up the commercialization of its rechargeable battery product.

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St. Lucia to follow Nevis’ geothermal progress

The island nation of St. Lucia in the eastern Caribbean may soon develop geothermal projects, as its Minister of Physical Development, Urban Renewal, Housing, Environment and Local Government, Richard Frederick, last week praised the geothermal progress of neighbor island, Nevis. According to a report by Caribbean Net News last week, Frederick expressed his desire to implement similar geothermal energy projects in St. Lucia.

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Smart grid funding promotes smart pricing—eMeter

Smart grid management software leader eMeter Strategic Consulting said the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) rules for smart grid funding applications announced last week will strongly promote “smart pricing” as a component of smart grid deployment in the US.

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