'On-site utility' cuts energy costs at US care home

American DG Energy has announced an agreement to supply energy to Carleton-Willard Village, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) located in Bedford, Massachusetts, US. Under the agreement, Carleton-Willard will receive a sizable portion of its energy from an 'on-site utility' CHP system, to be owned and operated by American DG.

UK supplier of Caterpillar equipment Finning Power Systems has won a contract from Birse Water to supply power, and complete critical back-up power, for the main pumps at the UK's largest pumping station as part of the Fens flood protection.

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