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WalMart is US leader in on-site renewables

According to a new report from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s Green Power Partnership, global retail firm WalMart is once again the nation's top producer of on-site renewable energy.

Genset Roundup

A new Coca-Cola bottling factory in Brazil has installed a cogeneration plant to provide it with a reliable source of much-needed heat and power. The plant, in Guararapes, is equipped with two W?rtsil? gas engines providing 3.6 MWe and 3.2 MWth.

EPA recognizes on-site power leaders

In its latest quarterly Green Power Partnership ranking, the US EPA shows how on-site generation contributes across several sectors.

Shell buys stake in Asia solar developer CleanTech

Energy giant Shell has acquired a 49 per cent stake in Asian solar power firm Cleantech Solar.

”New energy” for Japan

Government sets targets for 2010

Rolls-Royce medium speed engines power Mexican CHP plants

Rolls-Royce will be showcasing its medium-speed power solutions at the Green Expo trade fair in Mexico from 5th to 8thSeptember. The company's technology features in three new Mexican combined heat and power plants (CHP), amounting to a total of 33 MWe.  

Local renewables fuel US company needs

While arguments continue to rage over President Obama's Clean Power Plan – a coalition of 24 states and a coal mining company have filed lawsuits to challenge the flagship legislation – companies and local government bodies in the US are quietly celebrating recognition of their efforts to expand the use of energy from their own, on-site, renewable energy projects.

A technology for the times

Trigeneration may not have a lot of charisma, like solar and wind energy, and few people know what it is.


There is potential for at least an additional 122 GWe of cogeneration capacity in Europe, on top of the existing 97 GWe installed today,...

Genset Roundup

Cummins Power Generation has introduced a new range of 'SuperSilenced' gensets specifically for the rental market. The new range features prime ratings of 52-511 kVA in six new models.