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04 May 2018

City of Toronto to develop low-carbon thermal energy networks with renewables

The City of Toronto and private energy provider Enwave Energy Corporation (Enwave) have established a partnership to co-develop low-carbon thermal energy networks in Toronto using energy from renewable sources such as heat recovery, geo-exchange and solar thermal. The projects will advance the objectives of the City’s TransformTO Climate Action Strategy and will use renewable

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04 May 2018

West Reading eying public-private partnerships to increase parking in borough

Officials at a special meeting agreed to develop a multi-phased plan that is largely dependent on such partnerships. The concept of a parking plan for West Reading was discussed Thursday during a special meeting that included members of the traffic committee, economic development committee, planning commission and the Community Revitalization

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02 May 2018

Public-private council awards tender to build modern slaughterhouse

Council approves other plans suggested by different entities, including 15 new public schools The Public-Private Partnership Council on Sunday approved a number of capital and development projects that will be referred to the Cabinet for endorsement, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. The council, headed by Deputy Prime Minister and

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02 May 2018

Public/private partnership fuels development of new research park in North Chicago

The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity recently approved the expansion of a state enterprise zone, designed to stimulate economic growth and community revitalization at the local level, to include North Chicago, IL-based Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Economic incentives offered to operating companies within the Waukegan-North Chicago

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02 May 2018

Public-Private Partnerships: The Only Road to Trump’s Infrastructure Plan?

The basic outline for President Trump’s infrastructure plan was laid out in February, and this is its essence — $200 billion in federal funding will spur more than $1.5 trillion in infrastructure improvements. Direct federal funding is limited to approximately 20 percent of individual project costs, which represents a significant

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27 Apr 2018

Serbia starts to embrace clean energy

2018 will be a crucial year for Serbia’s energy sector as 250 megawatts from renewable sources are to be connected to the grid. The same amount again will come online in 2019.  The bulk of renewable energy in Serbia comes from wind power but solar energy is currently underutilised. Serbia’s

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27 Apr 2018

Aerospace highlights lessons from Public-Private Partnerships in space

The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy (CSPS) released a new publication that explores the growing popularity of public-private partnerships. The policy paper, Public-Private Partnerships: Stimulating Innovation in the Space Sector, outlines a phased approach for strategizing, planning, and implementing such collaborative arrangements for space-based services and how

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27 Apr 2018

UConn Health seeks private-public partnership

UConn Health is one step closer to a private-public partnership with an outside organization following the release of a report to the Connecticut General Assembly, providing an update on their consideration of such a pairing. “We provided an update to Governor Malloy and the General Assembly on the status of our

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