Ammonia Heat Pump Reduces Carbon Footprint for Irish Dairy

This article was originally published on on 3/24/20. An ammonia (NH3) heat pump installed last year by Aurivo, Ireland’s second largest milk producer, has increased processing capacity by 80% while cutting its CO2 emissions by 80% by improving efficiency and downgrading oil-burning boilers. The heat pump, from GEA, is installed at the company’s Killygordon site, … Read more

Integrating Renewables into the Grid


How renewables are changing the way we operate the grid Utility Dive, February 23, 2015 The only thing today’s power system has left in common with the 20th century grid is that the standard is still cost-effective reliability. Today’s grid operator does things that were fairy tales in 1999. Iowa and South Dakota got over … Read more