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Articles about trigeneration

Sydney City Revises Trigen Power Plan

Posted by Peter, on June 11, 2013

The City of Sydney has decided not to pursue its plan for a trigeneation power precinct at Green Square at this time but has re-affirmed its commitment to cutting carbon emissions using trigeneration, among other technologies,  The decision to halt the Green Square project resulted from the reduced carbon price, uncertainty about the future of […]  Continue reading »

Sydney Signs Up for Trigeneration

Posted by Peter, on April 3, 2012

The City of Sydney council has signed a $100 million deal with Cogent Energy (a subsidiary of Origin) for what it says will be Australia’s first city-wide low carbon energy network. The deal, to establish trigeneration networks in four areas over ten years, is the first stage of the City Council plan to provide 70% […]  Continue reading »

Paliament House to Get Solar Panels

Posted by Peter, on January 17, 2011

Solar panels will be installed on Parliament House’s roof as part of an effort to find long-term solutions to the building’s energy needs. The building’s cooling and heating systems are 22 years old and wll need to be replaced within a few years Initially, solar panels capable of generating about 42 kilowatts will be installed […]  Continue reading »

Sydney Tenders for Trigeneration Systems

Posted by Peter, on August 15, 2010

The City of Sydney has called for tenders to install a network of trigeneration plants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs for city buildings and consumers. The tender, which closes on January 28, 2011, is to supply trigeneration to the 200 City-owned buildings including five aquatic centres, the Town Hall precinct and Customs […]  Continue reading »

Sydney Switching from Greenpower to Renewables

Posted by Peter, on June 1, 2010

The City of Sydney is to reinvest the $2 million a year which it current spends of greenpower into renewable energy systems for its buildings and operations. Projects under consideration include a glass and solar panel shade canopy in front of Customs House at Circular Quay and solar panel roofs on other council buildings such […]  Continue reading »

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