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WADE Africa Launched – WADE Joins Africa Gas Association in its Inaugural Meeting

21/11/2013

With natural gas development holding tremendous opportunity for broader economic and social development

Modernising CHP: Upgrading Kodak's giant industrial park plant

21/11/2013 More than a year after President Obama set a goal to see 40 GW of new industrial-scale CHP capacity installed in the US, we are still waiting to see some results, i.e. some major new plants being c...

Making gensets greener and leaner

21/11/2013

The (reciprocating) diesel generator set market remains fast growing and vibrant, representing the fastest selling and least expensive of the distributed generation technologies available.

Coal to CHP Michigan shows how it can be done

21/11/2013

The US state of Michigan is best known as home to Detroit, an auto manufacturing giant now infamous for its economic decline.

Hydrogen-fueled: CHP now on the horizon

21/11/2013

Hydrogen as a cogeneration fuel has yet to develop the market acceptance enjoyed by natural gas and diesel-fueled applications.

Report bodes well for combined heat and power

21/11/2013

Combined heat and power and carbon capture and storage technologies will help push the generation of the global thermal power market to 19,869.1 TWh by 2020, according to new data.

Lighting up the dark contınent with decentralized energy

21/11/2013

Over the years Africa has become known as the dark continent, largely because of the mystery surrounding this vast land mass.

Resource efficiency reaches the Middle East

21/11/2013 Might the Middle East – led by Saudi Arabia and other oil-producing states – eventually emerge as a significant new market for cogeneration and, perhaps, wider decentralised energy technologies?