Archive for January 26th, 2010

Wind Turbines based on Jet Engines 3-4 Times More Efficient & Coming to Market? [VIDEO]


FloDesign, an R&D start-up in the US that has created a wind turbine design based on jet engine technology, just secured $34.5 million to help begin commercial development of its turbines. Lars Andersen, former president of Vestas China, has also just been appointed as the company’s CEO.

FloDesign claims that its turbines are 3-4 times more efficient than traditional open-fan turbines. They have several other beneficial features as well that help economically, environmentally, and in other ways.

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Wind Turbines based on Jet Engines 3-4 Times More Efficient & Coming to Market? [VIDEO]


FloDesign, an R&D start-up in the US that has created a wind turbine design based on jet engine technology, just secured $34.5 million to help begin commercial development of its turbines. Lars Andersen, former president of Vestas China, has also just been appointed as the company’s CEO.

FloDesign claims that its turbines are 3-4 times more efficient than traditional open-fan turbines. They have several other beneficial features as well that help economically, environmentally, and in other ways.

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PFC Energy 50 Ranking of World’s Top Energy Companies: Long Term Trends Reassert Themselves as Combined Value Gains 35%
WASHINGTON, DC – January 26, 2010 – The combined value of the 50 largest publicly traded energy companies increased 35% in 2009 to $3.9 billion, according to energy consultants PFC Energy.


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Whey to Go: Cheesemaker Installs Biogas Recovery System

The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system that will provide power for the factory in the form of sustainable biogas.Anecdotal evidence suggests that cheese and biogas go together like – aw heck, let’s cut the cheese jokes and get straight to the point.  The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system at its Millersburg, Ohio factory that will double as a sustainable biogas recovery plant, thus joining a growing number of cheeseries that are generating their own sustainable energy to power equipment.

The new system is a proprietary process called the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket.  It was developed by Biothane, a subsidiary of leading wastewater treatment company Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies.  As an added bonus, N.A. Water Systems (another Veolia subsidiary) is installing high-tech filtration and treatment equipment that will enable the effluent from Holmes Cheese to meet strict water quality limits for phosphorus.

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Whey to Go: Cheesemaker Installs Biogas Recovery System

The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system that will provide power for the factory in the form of sustainable biogas.Anecdotal evidence suggests that cheese and biogas go together like – aw heck, let’s cut the cheese jokes and get straight to the point.  The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system at its Millersburg, Ohio factory that will double as a sustainable biogas recovery plant, thus joining a growing number of cheeseries that are generating their own sustainable energy to power equipment.

The new system is a proprietary process called the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket.  It was developed by Biothane, a subsidiary of leading wastewater treatment company Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies.  As an added bonus, N.A. Water Systems (another Veolia subsidiary) is installing high-tech filtration and treatment equipment that will enable the effluent from Holmes Cheese to meet strict water quality limits for phosphorus.

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Whey to Go: Cheesemaker Installs Biogas Recovery System

The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system that will provide power for the factory in the form of sustainable biogas.Anecdotal evidence suggests that cheese and biogas go together like – aw heck, let’s cut the cheese jokes and get straight to the point.  The Holmes Cheese Co. is installing a wastewater treatment system at its Millersburg, Ohio factory that will double as a sustainable biogas recovery plant, thus joining a growing number of cheeseries that are generating their own sustainable energy to power equipment.

The new system is a proprietary process called the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket.  It was developed by Biothane, a subsidiary of leading wastewater treatment company Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies.  As an added bonus, N.A. Water Systems (another Veolia subsidiary) is installing high-tech filtration and treatment equipment that will enable the effluent from Holmes Cheese to meet strict water quality limits for phosphorus.

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Better Place Gets $350 Million Series B Financing
01/26/2010 – Better Place
recently announced that it has signed an agreement with an HSBC-led
investor consortium for new equity financing of $350 million…


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Better Place Gets $350 Million Series B Financing
01/26/2010 – Better Place
recently announced that it has signed an agreement with an HSBC-led
investor consortium for new equity financing of $350 million…


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Better Place Gets $350 Million Series B Financing
01/26/2010 – Better Place
recently announced that it has signed an agreement with an HSBC-led
investor consortium for new equity financing of $350 million…


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Better Place Gets $350 Million Series B Financing
01/26/2010 – Better Place
recently announced that it has signed an agreement with an HSBC-led
investor consortium for new equity financing of $350 million…


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Ontario Announces $7 Billion Solar and Wind Investment from Korean Consortium
01/26/2010 – Ontario’s government recently signed an agreement with a consortium
led by Samsung and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)…


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Ontario Announces $7 Billion Solar and Wind Investment from Korean Consortium
01/26/2010 – Ontario’s government recently signed an agreement with a consortium
led by Samsung and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)…


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Ontario Announces $7 Billion Solar and Wind Investment from Korean Consortium
01/26/2010 – Ontario’s government recently signed an agreement with a consortium
led by Samsung and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)…


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Ontario Announces $7 Billion Solar and Wind Investment from Korean Consortium
01/26/2010 – Ontario’s government recently signed an agreement with a consortium
led by Samsung and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)…


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