Alter NRG has sold five of its plasma gasification systems to PGP Terminal as (PGPT) for $4.375 million. The deal also contains a clause that would allow PGPT to purchase an additional three systems.
Quickie Convenience Stores’ ability to cut by 80% its electricity costs for its walk-in refrigerators has earned the company the Companies for Conservation award by Hydro Ottawa.
Sustainable Energy Technologies Ltd. says it will try to have its PARALEX inverter certified for use in Japan. The Island nation is the latest to opt for a feed-in-tariff regime to encourage the rollout of renewable energy technologies.
Toshiba International Corp. (TIC) and the City of Stratford in Ontario have started a pilot project that involves streetlights connected to the city’s smart grid. The initiative involves the replacement of up to 4,000 units with Toshiba’s communications-enabled LED light fixtures.
The City of Barrie in Ontario will soon have nearly 1.4 MW of solar power feeding the local distribution network. Solar energy projects are being built in conjunction with the local utility PowerStream.