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CHP plant for Belarus will be more than 90% efficient

A chemicals manufacturer in Belarus is to receive a new, €10 million CHP plant from Siemens Power Generation.

Balancing act – district heating policy in transition economies

District heating plays a very important role in transition economies (former Socialist countries of central and eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union).


Paris, France - WADE was well represented at a recent IEA meeting in Paris by Chairman Richard Brent, former Chairman Tom Casten, member Pinaki Bhadury and Executive Director David Sweet.


According to figures released by Point Carbon, the international carbon market will see over 4.2bn tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) traded in 2007, which is worth around € 23.6bn ($34.1bn).

At a turning point political decision will be crucial for CHP in Germany

Germany’s cogeneration sector is at a turning point.

Degrees of efficiency – how to reduce Europe’s use of fossil fuels for heating and cooling

Europe wastes about the same amount of heat in energy conversion and inefficient end-use patterns as it actually makes use of.

Wade In Action

The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE) was established in 2002 as a non-profit research and promotion organization whose mission is to accelerate the worldwide development of high efficiency cogeneration (CHP) and decentralized renewable energy systems that deliver substantial economic and environmental benefits.


‘The energy future we are facing today - based on projections of current trends - is dirty, insecure and expensive,’ said Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Claude Mandil, speaking at the November launch of World Energy Outlook 2006, the annual flagship publication of the IEA.

International News

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has painted a dramatic vision of how world energy consumption will develop if unchecked by governmental action.

Uranium: a giant stirs

After a decade of near torpor, the uranium mining industry is being challenged to rise to a new age in nuclear power, says Chris Webb.